QualWorld expands to 12 countries including China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Sweden, Taiwan, the U.S., and the UK.
Keep Left launches Impact Score, a media evaluation and reporting tool. Impact Score will allow clients to better understand the quality and impact of their media coverage.
In today’s mergers and acquisitions, Colmar Brunton is to merge with Kantar Australia. With the merge, Colmar Brunton’s CEO, Joan Young, will become the Global Head of Syndicated Products for Kantar’s Public division.
In human capital news, Ipsos’ Global Lead for Behavioural Science, Colin Strong, is appointed as the Chair of the MRS Delphi Group.
BMG Research, a UK full-service agency, appoints Neil Samson as Qualitative Research Director.
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