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Market researcher recognised on global stage at annual Stevie Awards


An Australian demographer has been recognised at the prestigious international Stevie Awards, winning an award in the Thought Leadership category at the 11th annual Asia-Pacific Awards.

This victory propels Australia into the spotlight of global thought leadership, whilst challenging norms in the predominantly male-dominated industry of market research.

The Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards are the only business awards program to recognise innovation in the workplace in all 29 markets of the Asia-Pacific region.  The Stevie Awards are widely considered to be the world's premier business awards, conferring recognition for achievement in programs such as The International Business Awards® for 22 years.

Amidst fierce competition from over 1,000 nominations, Nichola Quail stood as the sole Australian winner in a category dominated by global contenders.

This achievement underscores Australia's burgeoning influence in the international arena of thought leadership.

“Our mission at Insights Exchange is to democratise market research by connecting fast growth businesses and challenger brands with highly experienced global research and insights specialists. Using our Global Research as a Service model, we can provide fast, high quality and cost-effective insights that can supercharge business growth,” Nichola said.

“To be selected from over 1,000 nominations from across Asia-Pacific is a true honour and shows that we are really emerging as a disruptive thought leader in the market research space.”

The Gold Stevie Award serves as a testament to Insight Exchange's commitment to innovation and excellence, with the judging panel comprising over 100 executives from around the globe, recognising the organisation's disruptive approach.

Maggie Miller, President of the Stevie Awards, commended this year's winners, stating: "The organisations that won this year have demonstrated that they are committed to being innovative, and we applaud them for their perseverance and creativity. We look forward to celebrating many of this year’s winners during our awards banquet on 24 May.”

The gala awards ceremony is scheduled for Friday, 24 May in Manila, Philippines.

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