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The Research Society appoints Sue York as Training Manager

The Research Society is pleased to announce the appointment of Sue York as their new Training Manager.

The Research Society is committed to helping members and research professionals to develop their knowledge, skills and expertise and to stay up to date with the constantly changing research ecosystem. The Research Society has an ambitious agenda for 2021 and looks forward to sharing this in the New Year.

Elissa Molloy, CEO of The Research Society says “I’m thrilled to welcome Sue to The Research Society. Sue brings a wealth of experience to the role. We have created a new Training Manager position that is more commercially focused and designed to meet the broad needs of our vibrant research community.”

Sue York says “I am excited by the opportunity to work with the Research Society to develop a training offering that helps our members and the research profession prepare for a dynamic future.”

Sue is well-known in the global research community as a co-author of “The Handbook of Mobile Market Research” and co-editor and curator of the ESOMAR book, “Answers to Contemporary Market Research Questions”, and as one of the founders of NewMR. Sue is a Fellow of the Research Society and a QPR and has had a long association with the Society’s professional development program as a former member and Chair of the Professional Development Committee.

If you have requests, suggestions, or would like to be more involved with the Research Society training please let Sue know – sue@researchsociety.com.au

Sponsorship Opportunities
The Research Society are looking for sponsors for the 2021 Training Program, so please let us know if you would like to explore sponsorship opportunities for 2021.

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The Research Society is the peak body for research, insights and analytics professionals in Australia. It has a diverse membership of individuals at all levels of experience and seniority within agencies, consultancies, client-side organisations, the non-profit and government sectors, support services as well as institutions and the academic community. As well as over 2,000 individual members, the Research Society has 100 company and client partners, with the number continuing to grow. The Research Society research professionals and company partners commit to and are regulated by the Research Society Code of Professional Behaviour.