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iHub By Gladys Kitony / May 17, 2013


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This month’s session of the Nairobi Research Buzz will be exceptional by all means! For the first time, we will have Ipsos Synovate – A global market research company, keen on BQC (Better, Quicker and Cheaper) methodologies and processes in its areas of specialization.

The theme will be on how traditional research data collection  has changed to impact positively on business and research as a whole. Core to this is the adoption of mobile technologies into the industry and its subsequent effects on data collection and analysis. The discussion will include the adoption of new technologies in direct target research and sampling.

The session is a must-attend for business owners for it will enable them to understand how new technologies can enhance their knowledge of market needs.  Researchers will also benefit through advancement of their knowledge on the relationships between newly introduced technologies and the already existing technologies.

Details are as follows:

Date: 28th May 2013
Theme: How traditional research methods have evolved to positively  impact on business and research 
Time: 5:30pm
Venue: iHub UX Lab, Ground Floor – Bishop Magua Building, Ngong Road
Presenter:  Reuben Nguyo – A Research Manager at Ipsos Synovate Kenya

Register here to attend.

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Author : Gladys Kitony

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