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(Online + Social Media + Mobile) ResearchAmsterdam / 4-6 November
Martin Oxley, currently Managing Director of BuzzBack Europe, has worked in research for over 20 years, including two of the biggest global custom firms: Ipsos and TNS. He travelled through the acquisition trail working at Infratest Burke which became NFO and then TNS. At TNS he was responsible for driving the uptake of online research in Europe, being responsible for the commercial launch and introduction of new online techniques. He also managed the launch of TNS's European online panels and was part of a global leadership team driving online research. Prior to TNS he ran Ipsos-ASI in the UK where he discovered the charms of online research in 1998.
Gerd joined Synovate Belgium in 2000 after a ten years long career in ICT and professional training. Based on his prior experience Gerd started as operations director and was promoted to managing director in 2008. Gerd initially focused on Customer Loyalty and Employee Relationship Research. In the period between 2005 and 2008 he was responsible for growing the access panel business of Synovate Belgium. Since that period he has developed a keen interest in new technologies in research.
Mike is a regular lecturer on market research as well as well-known speaker, having won several awards. Previously Vice Chairman of the British Market Research Society, he is member of the Executive Editorial Board of the International Journal of Market Research. He was part of the Committee redrafting the ESOMAR 26 Questions and currently sits as the Council delegate for the ESOMAR Professional Standards Committee.
Dr. Philip Garland is responsible for the production of optimal data quality at SurveyMonkey. Garland was formerly Director of Global Knowledge / Chief Methodologist at Survey Sampling International. He has published several articles in scientific journals and two book chapters on public opinion, internet marketing, media reporting on political issues and relationships within groups. He has a Ph.D. in communications, an MA degree in political science from Stanford University and a MA degree in Communications and a BA in political science / communications from the University of Washington.
Charles is responsible for managing and developing of Air France-KLM’s quantitative private research panel FB@HOME and it’s online qualitative research community, In touch. Next to that, he works on various research projects ranging from quantitative to qualitative and from continuous to ad hoc studies. Amongst others, co-creation projects, Brand Image Tracking, qualitative clinics and a multi-client SkyTeam Customer Satisfaction Monitor. Charles does regular presentations and panel discussions about research and co-creation and gives guest lectures at Beeckestijn Business School.
Before starting working for Air France-KLM, Charles worked at several agencies as a quantitative and qualitative researcher. Charles did his Masters at the Free University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands and studied at the Leeds Metropolitan University in the UK.
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