SAMRA Qualitative Conference 2013 (Johannesburg and Hermanus) themed It makes you think, doesn’t it…? was great! Well done to Daniel Berkal, Elna Smit, Corette Haf, Samantha Loggenberg, Sanchen Henning, and Mamapudi Nkgadima for their inspiring, creative presentations! And a BIG thank you to all participants!
The Best Presentation Award went to
Mamapudi Nkgadima from African Response, for The Power of Localising Classical Qualitative Research Methodologies.
Mamapudi has secured a keynote slot at next year’s SAMRA Annual Conference, so don’t miss it! A special mention must also be made of Daniel Berkal, our guest speaker from The Palmerston Group in Toronto, Canada, who achieved the highest overall rating for his Project Butterfly – Escaping the Net: What effect can learning about how sociable people interact in the real world have on the online space? Samantha Loggenberg’s How Behavioral Economics Expands the Role of Qualitative Research – From Insight to Strategy was also well received and achieved the second highest rating amongst the local presenters. All the speakers achieved at least one rating of 10 out of 10 – testament to the quality of the presentations and the reason why we are grateful to each and every one of the speakers!
What a view! Presenters and participants were treated to a breath-taking view at the SAMRA Qualitative Conference in Kleinmond, Hermanus on 30 October 2013 (Arabella Hotel and Spa)
Daniel Berkal presents Project Butterfly in Johannesburg at Protea Fire & Ice, Melrose Arch (28 January 2013)