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Miina Rafinski has been appointed as director of KeyQuest Health’s first US office in New Jersey.
Video advertising platform Videology has announced it will incorporate Nielsen UK TV data, including the TV segments built from Barb TV panel data, into its platform.
The company’s revenues rose to $1.57bn in Q3 2014, a 13.3% increase on the same period last year.
NatCen Social Research has retained the Health Survey for England contract until 2019, in collaboration with UCL.
Ipsos recorded revenues of €412.7 million in Q3 2014, a fall of 1.4% compared with the same period last year.
Matt Hill — currently head of planning and insight at Channel 5 — will replace Neil Mortensen, who is joining ITV.
Andy Jolls, previously SVP of global marketing communications, has been promoted to chief marketing officer.
Cint’s OpinionHub platform will combine with Borderless Access’ DOI panel assets, profiling, targeting, pricing and ordering.
Tribes Research has acquired panel company EasyInsites with the new business based in Guildford.
A study conducted by Research Now for the over-50 online community High50 has found that just 3% of the older demographic believe advertising is aimed at them.
Pattison, a founding partner of PHD, joins the language analysis startup as an advisor.
Insight platform Qualtrics has released Qualtrics Panel Management to help with panel recruitment and administration.
The introduction of more sensors to mainstream products will necessitate new user interfaces like voice, gesture, eye-tracking and neural, according to a new study from ABI Research.
Marketing analytics company Bug Insights has hired John Rezac as a senior consultant responsible for business development and strategy.
Europeans have around 2% more disposable income this year than they did last year, according to a new report from GfK.
Marks & Spencer has used Labor Link mobile technology to gather feedback from 64,320 workers in five countries.
The formal Request for Proposals (RFP) will be published on 31 October 2014 inviting research and analytics providers to bid for the new newspaper and magazine multi-platform measurement system.