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GRBN to Issue the GRBN Global Top 25 Report

We are excited to inform you that GRBN is partnering with Diane Bowers to produce this year’s Global Top 25 Report. The report is currently under production and will be issued mid-November.

As the AMA will no longer be publishing the annual Global Top 25 Report, this development has opened up the opportunity for the Global Top 25 Report to be published and distributed around the world by GRBN.

GRBN will be launching the report on the website and a downloadable pdf version of the report will also be available. The report will contain an analysis of the trends, the listing of the Top 25 companies and profiles on the individual companies in the list.

GRBN member associations will have the opportunity to reissue the report, as well as to create bespoke versions of the report.

GRBN will be issuing a press release on the report in the November issue of the GRBN Global Insights newsletter and promoting the report throughout our network of regional federations and national associations, as well as through other PR channels.

Elissa Molloy, GRBN Chairperson said: “We are delighted to be able to work with Diane Bowers to publish this prestigious report. This report on the top 25 companies is a great fit with GRBN’s mission to promote our global industry. We look forward to sharing the report through our global network of associations and partners.”

Diane Bowers, producer of the report, commented: “I am excited to collaborate with GRBN and its Executive Management Board in promoting the global top 25 research companies throughout the global community of research providers and research buyers.”  

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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