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RI Embraces New Research Talent PDF Print E-mail
Written by Research International   
09 Jul 2007

By Brandi Blades - 10 Jul 2007 - Contact Information

Research International is pleased to announce five new additions to our Graduate Development Program, which was launched in early 2005 and is aimed at developing the up-and-coming market researchers.
The program involves a rotation through various teams in the business. During this period, each graduate has the opportunity to develop their skills in a variety of areas to create a holistic understanding of marketing research and Research International. After the rotation and a presentation to the board of directors, they are permanently placed to start and grow their career.

Brynne Schmitt joins us from University of St. Thomas with a B.A. in Marketing, Lauren Carlisle from Bryant University with a B.S. in Marketing, Shaelyn McCole from Arizona State University with a B.S. in Marketing, Yan Zhao from the University of Connecticut with an MS in Survey Research, and Lauren Kinney, our first internal graduate joins us from a former administrative role and holds a B.A. in Communications & Media Studies.

“The future of marketing research rests on our ability to embrace new, young talent and train them in the ways of our industry. We are absolutely thrilled to add five new graduates to this program and look forward to developing their skill set and learning from their fresh perspectives,” noted Lorna Walters, RIUSA CEO.

For more information please contact: Brandi Blades, Senior Marketing Manger (312-981-5837)

Research International is the world leader in custom market research. We partner with clients the world over, giving them the knowledge to make decisions about businesses and brands, understand people and anticipate and shape their future. 

 
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