2019 MRS Research Live Award Finalists

Straight off the back of winning a Market Research Society (MRS) Operations Award for ‘Best Data Collection – (online)’, Hall & Partners has just been recognised as a finalist for the 2019 MRS Research Live Awards.

The strategic brand consultancy has been shortlisted for ‘Young Researcher of the Year’ (Sophie Menzies), which accompanies the agency’s four shortlistings for the 2019 Quirks Awards.

What do the MRS Research Live awards recognise?

Young Researcher of the Year

The ‘Young Researcher of the Year’ award recgonises young market research professionals who really makes an impact in their day-to-day job through their creativity, ideas and ability to improve a given brief through the quality and invention of their thinking. The talent within this category have to showcase outstanding personal achievement in handling research projects, showing creativity, relevance to brief and results. In addition, their appetite and commitment to extending their skill sets and pursuing relevant industry qualifications.

Who are the finalists?

Young Researcher of the Year
  • Hall & Partners – Sophie Menzies
  • Ipsos – Hannah Brown
  • Join the Dots | InSites Consulting – Sarah Grant
  • Kadence International – Carolina Starkhammar
  • Natives – Katherine Nicholls
  • Opinium – Jack Tadman
  • the7stars – Michelle Milner
  • YouGov – Chantel Le Carpentier
  • Comuzi – Akil Benjamin

The winners will be revealed at the MRS Awards ceremony in Central London on 2 December. Read the full MRS Research Live awards 2019 listings.

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