Category Archives: Training/Research Education

The value behind client-centered MR

In May, Quirk’s Editor Joe Rydholm moderated a conversation with executives from three research firms as part of a Quirk’s-hosted and Deltek-sponsored Webinar. The execs explored some of the issues they’re facing running their companies and the growth opportunities available … Continue reading

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Final reflections on the CRC 2012

It’s been a week since I returned to the office from the Corporate Researchers Conference (CRC) in Dallas and there are just a few more observations I wanted to share with the Quirk’s audience. Since the economy tanked, everyone’s been … Continue reading

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Make new trends but keep the old: Researchers reflect on TMRE programming

At The Market Research Event 2011 (TMRE) earlier this week I had the pleasure of attending over a dozen sessions and keynote speeches and, quite frankly, I was wowed by the programming. Working at a magazine that’s been around for … Continue reading

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