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Jane Carn Joins YouGov As Qualitative Research Director PDF Print E-mail
Written by YouGov plc   
23 Feb 2012
YouGov is delighted to announce the appointment of Jane Carn as Qualitative Research Director in our Qualitative department.

Prior to joining YouGov, Jane worked at ICM Research as a Qualitative Research Director and was a founding member of the Qualitative team - working at ICM for almost seven years.

With over 15 years’ UK and international qualitative experience, working across a vast range of sectors, Jane has worked with a broad client base including Vodafone, Aviva, BT, Camelot and Samsung.

Although practised in working within different sectors, Jane’s specialisms include retail, consumer and technology consulting as well as extensive experience working with Government and public sector clients.

Jane is passionate about using technology in research and combines a strong qualitative background with expertise in online methods, spending two years working in Australia as an Account Director at AMRInterative – a research agency with an online and digital focus. Jane also combines a love of brands, people and places with a rigorous commercial focus and strategic approach.

Phil Rance, Managing Director at YouGov says,
“We are delighted to have Jane on board. Her experience working across a breadth of sectors in combination with a depth of knowledge gained in the UK and internationally, makes Jane a fantastic addition to the team. A strategic and commercial approach reinforces Jane as a perfect leader to drive growth and further strengthens our qualitative offering.”

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