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World-renowned Burke Institute’s Seminar in Vietnam”

World-renowned Burke Institute’s Seminar in Vietnam”

Blog article entry on: Nov 15, 2013

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Burke Institute is part of Burke Inc. one of the 30 largest global market research firms. For nearly 40 years, tens of thousands of research practitioners worldwide have turned to this premier provider of marketing research training, for their professional development needs.

This unique seminar combines 2 interrelated courses: The earlier sessions deal with the application of marketing research to specific decision making processes. Decisions that impact your customers, products and services and brands. Later sessions will bring you up to date with most recent developments relating to Web surveys and online marketing research. What you as participants will appreciate most from the seminar is Burke’s real-life practical expertise. This means they can bring the content to life through the use of every day context from their day-to-day work. After all, the application of the knowledge is what matters the most.

Tony Zahorik, Ph.D., Vice President at Burke Institute will be teaching in this seminar. Tony is responsible for conducting seminars on various aspects of research methodology. Further he has spoken on the subject of the specific application of quantitative methods in marketing research, such as customer satisfaction analysis, advertisement testing, and market segmentation. Dr. Zahorik works as a marketing consultant to a variety of industries including telecommunications, banking, hospitality, publishing, advertising, construction equipment, food processing, airlines, oil drilling, pharmaceuticals, and various departments of the U.S. Government.

The seminar will be at Intercontinental Asiana Saigon. Save the date on 26-28 November 2013 for this exclusive seminar!

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