Next month, our team is joining the insights community online for two of the industry’s leading events: the brand-new Succeet21 conference out of Germany and the Spring Box Event by Le Printemps Des Etudes in France. Both events are being held virtually, with robust online platforms for market researchers to meet, exchange ideas, and showcase innovations.
13-14 April, Spring Box Event by Le Printemps Des Etudes
Made up of more than 90 sessions, this in-depth conference gives a variety of perspectives on the important role that market research plays in the current climate of transformation for companies and brands. We join the conversation with a session on Tuesday, 13 April at 13:00 BST led by our COO, JD Deitch, about a new way to look at automated or “programmatic” sample and its impact on quality and efficiency, while understanding inherent risks.
14-16 April, Succeet21 (Meet and Succeed)
This conference is new to the market research circuit, rising out of the space left by the cancellation of the popular German conference, Research and Results. Organizers believe the crisis has created the opportunity for a new beginning, so they’ve come up with a hybrid exhibition, presentation, and meeting concept to meet the needs of today’s insights professional. We’re taking advantage of all of these offerings!
Cint will have its virtual booth decked out and ready for visitors here. You can download materials about our digital insights solutions and even chat with our representatives.
On Thursday, 15 April, 16:20 – 16:50 BST (Track 2) Cint’s Chief Innovation Officer, Oscar Carlsson, and VP of Marketing Effectiveness, Heather Hughes will be taking the stage. They’ll cover connecting data for greater consumer understanding and actionable insights in a post-cookie world. We know that many will be scrambling to connect with consumers and gain holistic audience views as third-party cookies phase-out. Their session covers practical ways to implement connected data approaches to gain deeper insights and power business strategies.
We will *see* you soon!
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