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Home arrow Marketing Research News arrow Latest Company News And Announcements arrow Facts International’s Emily Kettle shortlisted for Prestigious Stevie Award
Facts International’s Emily Kettle shortlisted for Prestigious Stevie Award PDF Print E-mail
Written by Fact International   
15 Oct 2014

Continued success for research agency after MRS Awards win in September

London, UK – 10th October 2014: Following the successful win of a Bronze Stevie Award in 2013, Emily Kettle, Managing Director of award-winning research agency, Facts International, has again been announced as a finalist in the Female Executive of the Year category of the Stevie Awards. The news comes just a month after the company celebrated the win of Best Field Force of 2014 at this year’s Market Research Society (MRS) awards The Stevie Awards for Women in Business are the world’s premier awards for female executives and entrepreneurs, and the organisations in which they work. The awards have been running for over 10 years and are open to all individuals and organisations worldwide – both public and private, large and small. Kettle has over a decade of research experience and became Managing Director of Facts International two years ago, at the age of just 35. Currently managing a UK team of 3,000, Kettle has overseen a number of new client wins and has seen the company cement itself as a leader in its field with the win of MRS Best Field Force of 2014 in September. Kettle commented: “I am surprised and thrilled to be shortlisted for a Stevie award again this year and am delighted that Facts International is continuing to be recognised as a leading agency that offers equal opportunities for women, allowing us to grow and thrive in our careers. Fact’s International’s parent company, Chime Insight & Engagement Group (CIE) celebrated further success earlier this year, announcing its sixth consecutive year of growth, after releasing its half-year results in June. Chime recorded a 50% growth in operating profit to £17.2 million. Crispin Beale, CEO of CIE, commented: ‘It is wonderful to hear that Emily has been nominated again for the Women in Business award. This adds to a bumper year for us, which has seen considerable growth for the whole group. I am delighted that all our teams’ efforts are being recognised and look forward to continued success in 2015 and beyond.’
 
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