The countdown is on – respondi gears up for Research & Results 2019

On the 23rd and 24th October it’s time again – as every year Research & Results is presenting the latest market research trends and topics and, of course, respondi will

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DMEXCO 2019 – a personal review

As with every year, decision makers, digital experts and creatives who were hungry for new insights are packing themselves into the halls of the Koelnmesse for only one reason: the

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Esomar Congress 2019 – a personal review

It’s September and time again for the annual Esomar Congress; just before the rush at the end of the year begins. This year it took place in Edinburgh; a city

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Improving Web Surveys through Visual Design and Usability – visiting the Gesis Summer School

Holger Nowak, our Director Research Services, has visited the GESIS Summer School in Cologne and listened to an exciting talk. Here you find his review: I will add the “Cool

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respondi UK moves to new London office

Exciting times for our London team! On 1 July we moved into a new office! Following the growth of the business it was well needed for some new bright and

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MRMW in Amsterdam – a personal review

Between the 17th  and 19th  of June, our Chief Operating Officer Orkan Dolay was at the MRMW (Mobile Research in a Mobile World) near Amsterdam. Here he shares some insights

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Cologne, Paris, London and Hamburg – our appointments in May

In May, our calendar is jam-packed and we will be on the road. On 2 May our CEO Otto Hellwig will hold a guest lecture at Cologne Business School about

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respondi back from Printemps des Etudes 2019

We are back from the 8th edition of Printemps des Etudes ! A big thanks to all those who visited us there ! We really enjoyed meeting you all on our stand,

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Mannheim and Paris – our appointments in April

The MedMen in Mannheim on 9 April links medicine with market research and big data. Although, we cannot claim to be medical experts, we do have a lot of knowledge

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“Risks that Matter” – respondi helps OECD with cross-national study

Germans worry about pensions,  Americans are concerned about making ends meet, and half of Austrians worry about crime and violence. These are some of the results of a recent OECD

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