ESOMAR

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Interested Geographies, North America, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, SouthEast Asia, East Asia, Middle East, Latin America, UK, India SubcontinentInterested IndustriesScience & Research, Business Services, Education & Training, Food & Beverages, Banking & Finance, IT & Technology, Entertainment & Media
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ESOMAR is an organization that was established in the year 1948 in order to promote the value of market and opinion research in effective decision making. It stands for the European Society for Opinion and Market Research. It was incorporated as a regional association in Europe but with the passage of time it has managed to become a world association for all the researchers associated with the market society and opinion making field. Finn Raben is the Director General of the organization. It advances and promotes the evaluation of market research throughout the world and also encourages the highest level of technical standards and professional conduct among its members. Automotive Research Forum 3D Digital Dimensions and other seminars and conferences are hosted by this organization that helps in the exchange of knowledge and experience to advance the professional status of the members.

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21st
Apr, 2021

What Makes For A Successful, Growing Research Agency?

Online#Banking
19th
May, 2021

Questionnaire Design Best Practices

Online#Education
25th
Mar, 2021

PepsiCo's Quest to Democratize Knowledge

Online#Education
16th
Mar, 2021

Making an Impact: The ROI of Equitable Research

Online#Business Services#Banking
11th
Mar, 2021

How to prepare for the Online Food Delivery Revolution

Online#Food
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ESOMAR as Event Organizer

FLAGSHIP EVENTSummer Academy
Summer Academy21 Visitors
POPULARBig Data World
Big Data World15 Visitors