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Raymond Lo returns to set up Sydney office

MEDIA RELEASE: August 2 2022: Insights and research consultancy Picnic Customer Intelligence announces that Ray Lo, co-founder and Principal Consultant will relocate from Singapore to establish a Sydney office in August.

Ray has previously serviced clients in the SEA region via his base in Singapore and now returns to service Picnic’s Australia-based clients more closely.

Ray set up Picnic along with Melbourne-based co-founder Matt Howley in January 2019 with aim of delivering customised, first-class consulting to clients. Picnic has helped their clients grow through extensive market research that optimises products, pricing, and propositions.

Ray looks forward to reconnecting with Sydney research scene. “It’s finally time to come home after so many years away. It will be great to be ‘closer’ to our clients and work alongside them on some great programs. I look forward to getting back into the local research scene and bringing in insights and learnings from my time abroad. It’s also time for my kids to experience a little Aussie culture!”

Matt Howley shares, “Picnic’s experience over the past 3 years suggests that remote working can be truly effective in our industry. Our aim has always been to build both a Melbourne and Sydney presence, and I’m pleased we can connect with our clients in-person and onsite here whenever needed.”

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