This research will also represent Canada as part of the ESOMAR global competition. The research will be completed by August 23 and is being supported by the Logit Group and Maru who have generously donated fieldwork and sample.
“Congratulations to this year’s winners,” stated Sam Pisani, Managing Partner, the Logit Group and Chair of the CRIC Students and Young Professionals Engagement Committee that oversaw the Canadian competition. “We are very pleased to have them represent Canada on the global stage.”
Winners Stella Igweamaka, CAIP and Nana Appah will both receive a complimentary pass to this year’s ESOMAR Congress in Toronto and an annual ESOMAR YES membership. They said, “We are honoured to have been selected as the winners of the 2022 Canadian Research Got Talent competition. It is mind-blowing what collaborative efforts from great minds can achieve and we are excited to make a tremendous impact in our community through our research.”
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