Author: Febe Pritchard

The happy world of research project management.

by Febe Pritchard June 22nd, 2017

You may wonder what makes project management in the market research industry a stimulating career choice? With my years of experience as a Project Manager, I can attest that it is a multidimensional role, and I have identified five essential parts of the role that will produce a proficient project manager. Proposal stage is an […]

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Introduction of the European GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)

by Febe Pritchard May 2nd, 2017

With the impending introduction of the European GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), we have started helping clients with their preparation by recruiting candidates who can provide data quality and governance services to their business. There is a growth in the awareness of this new regulation that will come into effect in the Spring of 2018. […]

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Innovations in Project Operations

by Febe Pritchard February 17th, 2017

Research specialists are always looking to evolve. Words such as ‘innovation’ and ‘digital’ come to mind. Those in project operations are keen to keep up and progress with the times. It is no longer the job itself.  Having the opportunity to develop and improve skills, showcase and voice their ideas whilst working at a company […]

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POpstars!

by Febe Pritchard August 17th, 2016

In market research, the role of a project manager is vital. This role acts as the bridge that connects fieldwork to research and insight, therefore connecting all aspects of a project and providing an invaluable part in the journey to the clients business. Before I moved into recruitment I spent years working in POps (Project […]

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How Engaged Are You?

by Febe Pritchard April 27th, 2016

Are you making a positive connection with the people you meet? Hopefully we are all trying to make a good impression in our day to day lives. This could be a greeting to your neighbour or the postman, a shy smile to someone sitting across from you on the train or Tube, thanking the barista […]

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