Feb 20, 2017 Last Updated 2:52 PM, Feb 17, 2017

Internationale Marktonderzoek branche - Esomar, Efamro, GRBN

About ESOMAR

ESOMAR is the essential organisation for encouraging, advancing and elevating market research worldwide. Since 1948 ESOMAR’s aim has been to promote the value of market and opinion research in effective decision-making.

ESOMAR facilitates an on-going dialogue with its 4,900 members, in over 130 countries, through the promotion of a comprehensive programme of industry specific and thematic conferences, publications and best practice guidelines. ESOMAR also provides ethical guidance and actively promotes self-regulation in partnership with a number of associations across the globe.

All ESOMAR members, as well as their company contact details, are listed in the ESOMAR Members search. Members agree to abide by the ICC/ESOMAR International Code on Market and Social Research, which has been jointly drafted by ESOMAR and the International Chamber of Commerce and is endorsed by the major national and international professional bodies around the world.

For more information visit the website.

ESOMAR heeft Wiepke van der Wal (LiGHTSPEED) en Kjell Massen (Ruigrok NetPanel) aangesteld als de nieuwe ESOMAR Representatives voor Nederland in november 2016. Wiepke en Kjell volgen Gaby Siera (Beautiful Lives) op die de afgelopen jaren samen met Ineke van Meel als representative gefungeerd heeft.

EFAMRO, the European Research Federation

Efamro represents the interests of market, social and opinion research in Europe. Its members are national trade associations for research businesses. Efamro was founded in 1992.

Looking for a research company? Take a look at all the research directories of all our members. Together, the EFAMRO network links over 1000 high quality, accredited and regualted research organisations across Europe.
Efamro members receive:

  • Support and advice on ethical and legal issues
  • A weekly email monitoring report on key news, consultations and events that affect research.
  • Access to guidance notes and reports which can be adapted or distributed by members
  • Input into consultation responses on behalf of the European research sector
  • Representation in Brussels to the EU institutions.

For more information, visit the website.

 

Global Research Business Network (GRBN)

The Global Research Business Network connects 38 research associations and over 3500 research businesses on five continents. More than US$24.9 billion (€18.8 billion) in annual research revenues (turnover) are represented by these businesses.

GRBN's mission is to promote and advance the business of research by developing and supporting strong autonomous national research associations.
For more information visit the website.

Contact

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