2019 is an election year in 16 African countries, including South Africa, and so polling season has arrived.
ESOMAR aims to encourage, advance and elevate market research worldwide. ESOMAR facilitates an on-going dialogue with its 4,900 members, in over 130 countries, through the promotion of a comprehensive programme of industry specific and thematic conferences, publications and best practice guidelines. ESOMAR also provides ethical guidance and actively promotes self-regulation in partnership with a number of associations across the globe.
ESOMAR is currently seeking feedback on the Briefing Questions when Considering Tools and Services for Unstructured Data – Text, Images, Audio and Video. This means you can now give your feedback on this document for suppliers and buyers of analytics tools and services.
ESOMAR and GRBN are pleased to announce the launch of their joint Guideline for Research and Data Analytics with Children, Read more…
The ESOMAR Global Market Research study is an annual tracker that aims to collate key data and information about the insights industry worldwide. It provides valuable information on the evolution of the industry.
It is with great pleasure that ESOMAR and GRBN announce the launch of a new digital consultation process for joint Read more…
The ESOMAR 2016 Global Market Research study on the Market Research Industry in 2015 aims to collate key data and information on the market research industry, on a worldwide basis. It provides very valuable information on the evolution of our industry.
In the fast changing world of data, research and insights, keeping up to date with the latest innovations and acquiring new skills and knowledge is a must-have. Combining a selection of the biggest topics globally and inviting top experts, the ESOMAR Academy provides a week of practical learning and hands-on tips for research providers and buyers on need-to-know subjects. The Academy is aimed at practicing data, research and insights professionals internationally.
Updated ICC/ESOMAR International Code for market, opinion and social research and data analytics is future-proofed to strengthen public trust and confidence.
The SAMRA ICC-ESOMAR Code of Conduct is currently being revised to keep up with changes in the way research is conducted and the types of data being collected, processed and presented. This is your chance to impact on the changes being made.
ESOMAR is running a project aimed at giving those within the data, research and insights sector the opportunity to share Read more…