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SAMRA Interest Groups (SIGs for short) are formed around common interests amongst members and non-members operating in a specific part of our industry. These groups discuss issues relevant to the group, network within the group, share resources, and learn from each other within the group. SAMRA members can belong to Interest Groups at now additional charge, while non-members may be required to pay a fee.

It is time for the annual SAMRA Salary Survey! The SAMRA Salary Survey 2018 marks the 9th year that SAMRA Read more…

Participants are the life-blood of our industry. Without their willingness to participant in research we cannot deliver the reliable data and actionable insights decision-makers need.

Many companies struggle to realise the full potential of their customer insight function. In order to maintain and grow budgets, we need to do a better job at demonstrating the business impact of insights and measuring the ROI we deliver. This workshop is designed to help you demonstrate this.

Join us as Insights industry leaders share their stories of the positive difference that data, research and insights has made and can make in people’s lives

The Services SETA cordially invites stakeholders within the Marketing Research industry to an Industry Forum to discuss skills development for the industry.

The Research Participant Database service is running!  The purpose of the service is to root out fraudulent, unethical and poor 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.

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! #samrastudentchallenge

I hereby kindly invite you to partake in this (academic) research project on airline choice within the South African domestic airline market, which I am conducting in fulfilment of my doctoral studies with University of South Africa (UNISA).

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 students, for the best idea for research that could lead to the ultimate make-things-better hack!

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