It’s amazing how time flies!

This is the fifth blog from Nutsa Kvitashvili who is following the BA Program of Sociology at Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences. Nutsa is the recipient of the ESOMAR Foundation Scholarship sponsored by Inizio. I finished the first semester of my senior year at Caucasus University and this semester was probably my favorite of all …

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About My Life

This is the fifth blog-post from Paola Loy Villagran, the recipient of the ESOMAR Foundation scholarship in Guatemala.  During these days I am taking final exams in the first trimester, waiting for the best results to enjoy the summer holidays. We followed a course called Operations Research, a discipline that deals with the application of advanced …

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Nicolin reflects on her new life post studies

Nicolin Mamuya, who was granted the first ESOMAR Foundation scholarship in South Africa, has now finished her studies at the University of Johannesburg and is now working as a graduate trainee in the consumer insights and innovation department of a retail company. The company has also arranged for all trainees to complete a post-graduate diploma in business management. So she is …

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Join the Making a Difference Competition!

The centrepiece of the ‘Making a Difference’ programme is an annual competition to highlight and promote how research has made a real difference to Not-for-Profits. Send your entry by 13 April! Making a Difference Competition There will be three prizes; one for the best international NFP case study, one for the best local/domestic NFP case study …

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‘Making a Difference’ to Not-for-Profits

John Kearon

  A message from John Kearon, President of the ESOMAR Foundation Researchers are a wonderful lot. We’re not particularly loud, extrovert or nakedly ambitious. But we are generally curious, knowledgeable and keen to make a difference. And a world in turmoil needs inventive solutions from researchers at their best, more than ever. Which is exactly …

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Make every moment worth remembering

This is the fourth blog-post from Paola Loy Villagran, the recipient of the ESOMAR Foundation scholarship in Guatemala.  I am glad to confirm that I completed the first year of studies. Thank God, grades were good but I must admit that it was quite a challenge. I followed a statistics class with a pretty demanding …

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