MEDIA RELEASE: May 26 2021: After a successful expansion into the UK and Asia markets and the continued growth of international business throughout the pandemic, Australian research platform Glow is announcing the appointment of a US advisory board member to support continued growth in North America.
Sima Vasa, a leader in the market research, data and analytics space, has joined Glow’s Advisory Board as the company expands in North America. Glow’s successful establishment of offices in the UK and Asia regions, where Glow has commenced work with blue chip clients including Bain, PwC and Reckitt Benckiser has paved the way for Glow’s continued global expansion. Glow’s alliance with US-headquartered NielsenIQ, announced in 2020, further places Glow in a position for successful expansion throughout North America.
Sima, a respected research industry veteran, serial entrepreneur and investment banker joins in an advisory role to help support Glow’s continued growth across global business, networks, and partnerships.
Tim Clover, Glow CEO & Founder, says, “Sima’s experience in launching, building and scaling her own successful research business in the US will be invaluable for us as we enter the US market. Not only is she an incredibly experienced and respected leader, but she also shares our vision that insights can be used to do good. We are thrilled to have her on the team as we continue our rapid growth.”
Sima’s role at Glow is ongoing from April 2021. “Glow’s approach is unique in the way they seamlessly use their technology to deliver insights in an expedient manner for their blue-chip roster of clients. Equally, their philosophy is different – they believe in using data to support social impact and that’s an approach I really believe in,” Sima says.
Glow was founded in Australia in 2013, with offices currently set up in Australia, the UK and Hong Kong. Glow is able to service businesses in over 140 countries around the world.
Glow is also an active participant in the Data for Good movement and has no political affiliations.