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Uniquely skilled at optimizing the implementation of research. Anne is a highly motivated Market Research and Voice of the Customer (VOC) expert with over 20 years of experience working in feedback technology and market research services. she specializes in answering critical business questions by combining innovative technologies with customized research strategies.
Turns information into communication. With a J.D. from the University of Minnesota law School, and a career spent as an advertising Writer and Creative Director, Kevin is adept at making complex material concise, readable, and compelling.
No one manages change management like Don. He partners with business and human resource leaders to solve their most pressing people, process and technology challenges. He develops and execute talent strategies that drive business result, Identify and develop critical employee groups, Improve processes and utilization of technology, and addresses performance issues.
Expert at discovering innovative ways to visualize and leverage insights. In 1996, Espen started Confirmit— the world’s leading SaaS research platform where he was Chief Solutions Officer. Confirmit provides Global 5000 companies and Market Research agencies worldwide with industry-standard products for feedback/data collection, panel management, data processing, analysis, and reporting.
Highly credentialed, agile, accountable and passionate, Mark has delivered revenue growth and market share for global consumer and commercial companies. As an executive, he has built high-performance partnerships, integrated omni channel experiences, led global initiatives, aligned multi-disciplinary teams around a shared vision, and fostered trust and transparency.
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According to a study by the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, the capacity of the human brain may be 10 times greater than previously thought. In fact, it may be in the neighborhood of a quadrillion bytes. Source: Scientific American