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11 Apr 2006

Renowned Industry Methodologist Richard Goosey Joins Harris Interactive in Europe
Goosey brings more than 24 years of industry leadership to deliver high-level consultative services

LONDON – 3 April 2006 – Harris Interactive® announced today that it has hired Richard Goosey as Senior Vice President, Marketing Science and Methodology. Goosey, who will be based in London, brings more than 24 years of international research and development experience in advance analytics, continuous tracking research, and survey design. He will utilise his experience to lead Harris Interactive’s Knowledge and Advanced Methodologies teams in Europe in the delivery of premium consultative services to leading blue-chip organisations.

Most recently, Goosey was with Nielsen/NetRatings as Chief of Measurement Science and a member of the global leadership team. He moved to New York in 2004 when he was appointed Vice President of Research and Development and acted as Global Product Manager for several NetRatings branded products. Goosey joined NetRatings from Research International where he was Chief Statistician, head of the European Management Science Centre, Managing Director of Research International Technical Systems, and a main board member.

Goosey is a senior industry figure and renowned conference speaker and trainer. He has served on The Market Research Society (MRS) Council and The Royal Statistical Society Social Statistics Committee, was Chairman of the MRS Education and Training committee, and is regularly asked to express an expert industry view by the marketing and research media.

Goosey’s conference papers have earned numerous accolades and several industry awards. For example, at the 2005 ESOMAR/Advertising Research Foundation World Audience Measurement Conference, his paper concerned with advanced methods of panel and server data integration was nominated for "Best International Research Paper 2005" and at the 2005 Marketing Research Awards, his work on customer satisfaction research won awards in two separate categories for "Best Use of Research in Business and Professional Markets" and "Best Use of Research for Customer insight." Additionally, his paper "It is Time We Started Using Statistics" was awarded the Best Methodology paper at ESOMAR’s 50th Congress, resulting in its publication in "Measuring Business Excellence," the quarterly journal of the Business Performance Management Association.

"Richard’s wealth of experience and acknowledged expertise will further strengthen our ability to solve our clients’ business problems through the use of the most elegant and sophisticated research methods available," stated George Terhanian, President of Harris Interactive in Europe. "We are delighted to add Richard to our outstanding team."

Richard is a chartered statistician and full member of MRS with a Masters degree in Mathematical Techniques of Statistics and Operational Research from London University.

About Harris Interactive®

Harris Interactive serves clients worldwide through its United States, Europe ( and Asia offices, its wholly-owned subsidiary Novatris in Paris, France (, and through an independent global network of affiliate market research companies.

Harris Interactive Inc. (, headquartered in Rochester, New York, is the 13th largest and the fastest-growing market research firm in the world, most widely known for The Harris Poll® and for its pioneering leadership in the online market research industry. Long recognised by its clients for delivering insights that enable confident business decisions, the Company blends the science of innovative research with the art of strategic consulting to deliver knowledge that leads to measurable and enduring value.


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