The Research Club, organisers of the popular informal networking event for the market research industry, today announced their exclusive Global Partnership with Research Now, the leading global online sampling and data collection company.
While The Research Club extends its activity to a global level this year, Research Now supports the expansion as Global Partner. As such, they will play a role in sponsoring events throughout 2011, assisting with on the ground organisation in key new locations, as well as powering a newly established feedback survey for attendees. This will help to provide the knowledge needed to improve on the roll out of appropriate and valuable events for the market research industry.
“We are delighted to announce our partnership with Research Now and look forward to offering our members even more opportunities to participate in these exciting networking events throughout the year,” said Bob Qureshi, Partner of The Research Club. “The Research Club aims to take a fully global approach in 2011 by seeking new locations for events worldwide. Research Now will enable us to do so with their connections and support in at least 22 major cities worldwide.”
With past events being greatly popular in Europe, the partnership will allow The Research Club to roll out further events across the Americas, Middle East and Asia-Pacific, allowing more attendees from all over the world to enjoy valuable networking opportunities with clients, peers and prospects.
“We are very pleased to work with The Research Club as Global Partner for 2011,” said Craig Stevens, Executive Vice President, Global Client Development at Research Now. “The Research Club is a prestigious international organisation recognised for putting on exceptional events for the research community. As Global Partner, we look forward to providing support to the organisation throughout the year and participating in multiple events worldwide.”
The Research Club events cater to an international audience of over 5500 members to date. With almost 50 events planned for 2011, upcoming events will be held in Amsterdam (March 10), New York (March 20) TRC Ignite with the ARF, Hamburg (March 24), London (March 31) Dubai (April 14) and Munich (April 14).
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