GRBN Leadership Meets in Berlin – Course Set for 2019

The GRBN Executive Management Board (EMB) met in Berlin in September. The EMB confirmed that the GRBN mission remains unchanged:

GRBN’s mission is to promote and advance the business of research across the globe through developing and supporting national research associations and implementing global industry-wide initiatives.

The Board laid out the strategy for 2019, the core focus of which is to strengthen regional federations and national associations. GRBN will continue to provide regional federations and national associations with thought-leadership content, which they can use to add value to current members, generate revenues and attract new members.

GRBN will continue to work on our two key initiatives:

  • Building Public Trust Program
    • Participant Engagement Initiative
  • Invest in Insights Program
    • ROI of Insights Initiative

In addition, GRBN will continue to work with ESOMAR on issuing global guidelines for practitioners.

The GRBN EMB Board meeting was followed by an extended meeting with representatives of GRBN member organizations invited. In particular, we were pleased to welcome Bernadette Rogers, from our new Associate Member, EphMRA, who gave an enlightening presentation on EphMRa. We were also pleased to have Barry Watson, representing the to-be-formed trade association in Canada, attend the meeting.

We would like to thank Dr. Haspel and his colleagues at Haspel & Partner Teststudio GmbH, who kindly hosted us at their test facilities in Berlin. We can highly recommend the facility if you are looking to conduct test research in Berlin.

The Australian Market and Social Research Society is linked globally to 45 associations through its partnership with the Global Research Business Network (GRBN) and the Asia Pacific Research Committee (APRC). Click here to read about the AMSRS global network. This article is originally sourced from GRBN website.

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The Australian Market & Social Research Society Limited (AMSRS) is a not-for-profit professional membership body of over 2,000 market and social research professionals who are dedicated to increasing the standard and understanding of market and social research in Australia. The Society assists members to develop their careers by heightening professional standards and ethics in the fields of market and social research.

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