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Twitter’s Jake Steadman joins MRS Delphi Group PDF Print E-mail
Written by Market Research Society   
27 Oct 2015

Jake Steadman, Director of International Research at Twitter, has joined the MRS Delphi Group, the think tank set up by the Market Research Society (MRS). 

Jake joins some of the most respected thinkers in the marketing and research sectors, including directors from TNS, Quadrangle and Camelot.  The group exists to protect, promote and enhance market research in the UK by exploring key issues affecting the sector.  Its members use their intellectual capital to shape and inform debate on a range of important issues – from the public and commercial perceptions of privacy to the state of democracy in the UK.

In his role as Director of International Research at Twitter, Jake is responsible for all research outside North America, having previously led the UK and EMEA research teams.  Prior to this he headed the Social Insights function at O2 UK, and has also worked agency-side at TNS and Quadrangle.

Jane Frost, CEO of MRS and founder of the Delphi Group, comments: “We’re thrilled to welcome somebody with Jake’s experience onboard.  The knowledge he brings from Twitter is highly relevant to many of the challenges that market researchers are facing in managing big data and using insight to inform commercial strategy.  We look forward to Jake’s contribution to the debate.”

Jake Steadman said: "I'm excited to be joining the Delphi Group.  The UK research industry is evolving and we have an important role to play in demonstrating the world class thinking that happens here, creating constructive debate, highlighting important issues and ensuring that we continue to be a leader of the global research community."
 
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