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Institute Executive Director elected as Fellow to professional research association
Keith Neuman (Executive Director at the Environics Institute) was recently honoured by being elected as a Fellow to the Marketing Resarch and Intelligence Association (MRIA). MRIA is the professional association representing the country's marketing and public opinion organizations and individuals.
MRIA Fellowship is the highest honour that MRIA can bestow upon a member. The awarding of Fellowship status indicates not only that the nominee exceeds the high standards and expectations of the profession, but that their accomplishments and contributions include the very highest level of practice which stands as a model for others within the profession.
Fellows are ambassadors for the Market Research community, helping spread the word about the MRIA, encouraging membership and engagement.
Keith was one of five individuals elected as Fellows in 2016.
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