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Chime Insight & Engagement Group Becomes Latest MRBA Corporate Patron PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chime Insight   
26 May 2016

Chime Insight & Engagement Group announced today that it has become a Corporate Patron of the Market Research Benevolent Association (MRBA), the industry’s only independent registered charity.

Established in 1977, the MRBA works independently of the government to support all members of the market research community and their families by providing financial support to those in need. The charity aims to assist interviewers, recruiters, researchers, managers, and office staff with financial difficulties such as those brought on by illness, injury, or bereavement.

“We are delighted to contribute to the great work being undertaken by the MRBA”,
explained Crispin Beale, Chief Executive, Chime Insight & Engagement Group. “It is very important to me personally and to our business to support the market research community, and give back to the people that make our success possible. We are extremely proud to be associated with the charity, which is helping colleagues at times of great need, and would encourage as many UK market research organisations as possible to follow suit.”

Claire Harris, MRBA Committee Member for the Corporate Patrons and Friends, continued:  “We are excited to welcome Chime Insight & Engagement Group as our latest Corporate Patron.  Since it started a few years ago, our ‘Corporate Patrons and Friends Campaign’ has grown to include 29 Corporate Patrons, 7 Corporate Friends, and over 100 Individual and Lifetime Friends. These supporters are vital to enable us to better plan our activities and continue our valuable work. However, with over 400 companies in our industry, it would be fantastic to see more organisations like Chime Insight & Engagement Group give their support and spread the word about our work, so we can help even more people.”
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