10th CSRC Social Connect - february 16, 2017

With a new year comes new learnings! Reconnect with peers, new and old, following the holiday season and start your year with new insights!

The MRIA Client-Side Researcher Council (CSRC) is very pleased to bring you the next session of the popular "Social Connect".

Join us at our February Social Connect event in Toronto on February 16, 2017 at Ryerson University located in downtown Toronto. This is a half day event with interactive presentations, discussion and networking taking place from 8:30 am-12:30 pm.

Ryerson University, International Living and Learning Centre (ILC), 240 Jarvis St., Toronto, ON M5B 2L1

Speaker Topics:

Research at the Crossroads of Innovation

With the knowledge that over 80% of new products launches fail, Mary Logan and Jennifer Coombe will address a successful process Catelli employs to guide their innovation decisions. Catelli Foods Canada produces some of the world’s best and most innovative pastas and this continues to be maintained via a structured innovation program underlined by systematic and quality research. Join us and gain insight into one company’s approach to innovation and how they maximize learnings from each research step in the innovation journey.

Interpreting Satisfaction Data

Information Overload is a common challenge in telling a research story. Ivar Kangur from Services Ontario will provide insight into distilling the data into providing meaningful information for your target audience. He will review metrics that can simplify the process of reporting the finding of a Satisfaction Study. 

Schedule of Events: 

8:30-9:00amRegistration and breakfast

9:00-9:20amWelcome from CSRC

9:20-9:50am - Interpreting Satisfaction Data

9:50-10:00am - Q&A

10:00-10:45am - Networking and refreshments

10:45-11:45am - Research at the Crossroads of Innovation

11:45am-12:00pm - Q&A

12:00-12:30pmClosing and networking


Click here to register for this event! Please Note that this event is reserved for Client Side Researchers ONLY.

MRIA Standards Refresher for Client Side Researchers