Bucharest / 23 March
ESOMAR is pleased to invite you to our market research event in Bucharest, Romania, as part of the "Best of ESOMAR" series - an anniversary 5th edition.
The event is a partnership between ESOMAR, SORMA Romania and Marketing Faculty of the University of Economic Studies (ASE Bucharest) and will be hosted by Alina Serbanica, ESOMAR Representative for Romania.
Join us in Bucharest as we discuss a diverse range of topics regarding market research trends in Romania: Which are the Romanian consumer trends? How can we interpret and reinterpret them? How can we be different, to innovate and connect with modern consumers? What are the market trends among Romanian youths?
The programme hosts a dynamic agenda of research agencies, as well as two well-seasoned international speakers:
Steve Wigmore, Director, Research Technology, Lightspeed, United Kingdom
Tom De Ruyck, Managing Partner, InSites Consulting, Belgium (Keynote Speaker)
This meeting is directed at ESOMAR and SORMA members, market research specialists and marketers representing all players across industries (FMCG, telecom, banking, insurance, retail, etc.), as well as academia and students (professors and future market research specialists). The event is an excellent opportunity for you to network with client and the MR industry, and to hear from some of the leaders within the global market research industry.
Date and Time
Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 (from 9:00 to 18:00)
This event is free for market research clients and academic environment (students, professors).
Sponsors have free spots included in the sponsorship package (without speakers, if the case): MR Agencies have 7 (seven) spots and Media Partners have 3 (three) spots included. All market research agencies/companies can send participants for a symbolic fee (50 EUR/participant), as well as sponsors, beyond the free places.
|Thursday, 23 March 2017|
ESOMAR "Best of" - Romania 2017 - Programme
PDF (343 KB)
Bucharest University of Economic Studies
AULA ASE ("ASE Hall")
Bucharest, 6 Piata Romana