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Home arrow Marketing Research News arrow Company News and Announcements January-June 2013 arrow Global Expansion Plans For High Growth International Research Firm Facts International
Global Expansion Plans For High Growth International Research Firm Facts International PDF Print E-mail
Written by Facts International   
22 Mar 2013
Sydney, AUSTRALIA, 20.3.13: International market research agency, Facts International, today announced its expansion into Australia and APAC with the opening of an office in Sydney, Australia. Facts International has expertise spanning multiple disciplines and specialises in the delivery of small or large scale CATI, CAPI, online and IVR projects, enabling 24/7 research presented in real time all over the world.

Overseeing the management of the Australia office will be Research Manager, Jo Brockhurst, who specialises in client account management, online and quantitative research at Facts International, and is a member of the Australian Market and Social Research Society (AMSRS).


Managing Director of Facts International and member of the AMSRS, Emily Kettle, commented:

“Facts International conducts research across the globe, and this new office in Sydney will ensure that we are in close touch with our existing clients in Australasia and APAC. I enjoyed meeting clients in our Singapore office last week, am planning to visit Australian clients this week, and am looking forward to meeting more clients at our Dubai office next week. In my new role as Managing Director of Facts International, global expansion is very high on the agenda and we have more office openings to look forward to this year as the company expands globally”.


Jo Brockhurst also spoke about her enthusiasm for the new Sydney-based move, saying;  “I am very excited to help lead the team into Australia. We always strive to exceed our client’s expectations and develop long-standing relationships founded on trust, and this move will be no exception.”


For more information, please visit www.factsinternational.com.au

Last Updated ( 03 Sep 2013 )
 
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