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Final Thoughts from The Market Research Event

As we sat at the San Diego airport waiting to return home to Seattle , the SurveyAnalytics team had a moment to reflect on our experience at TMRE.

The 3 day conference agenda included attending presentations by 3M, White Castle, Insight Farm, etc., and meeting representatives from companies all over the world at our booth as well as over a lovely lunch at the hotel promenade.

Josh Nicol, Director of Enterprise Platform Solutions. "I had an excellent time meeting with potential customers, partnerships, and fellow market researchers. The highlight of my experience was listening to Jonah Elhrer about the new science of decision making."

Gretchen Lohman, Global Sales Director,  " I truly enjoyed listening in on presentations and meeting with others interested in research. This research convention was a great opportunity to network within the industry."

Esther LaVielle, Chief Education Director "It was great to participate as both an exhibitor and attendee. I especially enjoyed listening to growing trends in social media research and mobile technology research opportunities. "

Thank you to everyone who came by and said hi to us at our booth. For those who entered into our iPad drawing we will announce the winner next Thursday at 9:00 AM PST and the winner will be notified in an email.

Conferences are not the only place you can attend a great presentation. Join SurveyAnalytics as we invite Michaela Mora from Relevant Insights to speak the topic of "Brand Tracking -Taking the Pulse on Your Brand"

Tues 11/16/10

9:00 AM PST
Click here for more details and to sign up today!


Cheers!

The SurveyAnalytics Team

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