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Zing appointed research partner for Marketing Week Live
posted on: 22/6/2012 09:17:19
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Zing Insights has been awarded the research contract for Marketing Week Live 2012, its second major show in June.
 
Zing Insights was awarded the research contract for Brand Events’ consumer food show in Regent’s Park, Taste of London.

The firm will use an interactive research wall, research pods and post-show online surveying.

“We’re firm believers in the power of face-to-face marketing and will also be exhibiting at Marketing Week Live, providing us the unique opportunity to meet with the broader marketing community and demonstrate our skills and experience live,” said Zing director Jo Walther.

Marketing Week Live marketing manager Hazel Willis said the show was looking forward to the link-up.

“We’re delighted to be working with Zing and are looking forward to their impartial visitor and exhibitor insights which we’re sure will help us as we continue to grow Marketing Week Live,” she said.
 
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