SAMRA Annual Conference 2018


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The SAMRA Annual Conference is the not-to-be-missed event on the Southern African insights industry’s calendar. This year’s conference focuses on separating the wheat from the chaff. We are redefining our reality and our science, innovating with calm yet passionate imagination… but without exaggeration. What is the past, present and future hype and reality for the insights industry?
Student Competition At SAMRA we are passionate about everything that helps society, organisations, communities and individuals to thrive. To help us make a difference, we are running a competition for full-time students at accredited higher education institutions in Southern Africa, for the best idea for research that could lead to the ultimate make-things-better hack!
Programme This year’s programme includes more than 20 selected speakers, 4 guest speakers, a panel discussion and our first-ever student competition.
Speaker Profiles Profiles – selected speakers
Facilitators Back by popular demand! Mamapudi Nkgadima and Elsa Thirion-Venter once again bring their more than 50 years combined experience in social and market research, their wit and their grace to the SAMRA Annual Conference stage! 
Rates Various rates packages are on offer to suit your needs, and your pocket. Early bird rates apply until 29 March. There are also special rates for speakers and for SAMRA Accredited Marketing Researchers (SARs).
Sponsorship Don’t miss the opportunity to stand out from the crowd, and to impress delegates, while at the same time showing your support for SAMRA. Bookings are open!
Exhibition We are planning a large exhibit this year, with special rates for SAMRA members. Get in touch with the SAMRA office for details.
The Venue Sibaya Lodge is in Umhlanga, the perfect spot to gather one’s thoughts. Join us for a special experience at the conference, including the annual Awards party, with a twist…
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