Month: March 2013

MRS Conference 2013

by Kate Langford March 28th, 2013

I had a fantastic time at the MRS Conference last week – it is always great to see so many people from the MR industry in one place as well as bumping into former colleagues from my research days. Also our MD Sinead was on the panel debating the skills researchers will need in the […]


The Lunch Challenge continues…

by Hasson Associates March 20th, 2013

Apologies for the delay since my last post, I’ve been slightly hibernating for the winter months when it’s come to lunch. I’m hoping this following suggestion makes up for my slackness… Growing up in Melbourne, Vietnamese culture was an ever present constant. Pho (beef stock noodle soup) was a winter favourite (yes it does get […]


A Whole Lot of History

by Sinead Hasson March 8th, 2013

Last month MrWeb published its 100,000th market research job – that’s a lot of words and a lot of history. The Associates at Hasson Associates have made a healthy contribution to that 100,000 both here and in our previous roles in the industry. Within those 100,000 jobs will have been vacancies from companies that have […]


February….flew by for us

by Sinead Hasson March 4th, 2013

What a month that was – it flew by and was one of our busiest months for a while. In fact, compared to what happened in February 2012, there was much greater activity across all aspects of recruitment. We interviewed more brilliant researchers and found more of you jobs this month than we have over […]


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