Breaking the Barriers - Joint MR Paper by Ipsos India & Reckitt bags Runners Up position at 29th MRSI Annual MR Virtual Seminar

Breaking the Barriers, a joint market research paper by Ipsos India and its client Reckitt has bagged the Runners Up position at the just concluded 2-day, 29th MRSI Annual MR Seminar (17th & 18th, August 2021). Breaking the barriers was authored by Deepti Chandna, Executive Director, Ipsos Inda, Payel Roy, Associate Director, Ipsos India and Vikas Chauhan, Research Manager & Atreyee Goswami, Insights & Analytics Manager, Reckitt.

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Breaking the Barriers, a joint market research paper by Ipsos India and its client Reckitt has bagged the Runners Up position at the just concluded 2-day, 29th MRSI Annual MR Seminar (17th & 18th, August 2021). Breaking the barriers was authored by Deepti Chandna, Executive Director, Ipsos Inda, Payel Roy, Associate Director, Ipsos India and Vikas Chauhan, Research Manager & Atreyee Goswami, Insights & Analytics Manager, Reckitt.

“We incorporated visual metaphors to open up the respondents in a quantitative survey and decoded using AI driven Text Analytics, truly breaking the barriers, under the Trailblazer Tech category. Both my team and our client Reckitt feel extremely jubilant about this win,” said Deepti Chandna, Executive Director, MSU, Ipsos India

 

“The 7 Papers from Ipsos India making it to the final shortlist itself was a big feat for us, I would like to believe. I’m extremely proud to see Ipsos India feature as the Runners Up in the final outcome. Though for us, each of our teams is a winner and I would like to laud the efforts put in by each member of the team,” said Amit Adarkar, CEO, Ipsos India.

“The MRSI in its annual seminar celebrates thought leadership and academic rigour and this year the focus was on the core three attributes of boldness, inspiration and innovation in the time of the pandemic and our papers resonated well with the theme,” added Adarkar.

This year Ipsos India submitted 22 Synopses and 7 Synopses made it to the final shortlist. And these teams had to then present their detailed papers via power point presentations and videos. At the 2-day just concluded virtual MRSI Seminar, the 7 ipsos teams got the opportunity to present their papers via recording and live sessions. The process was extremely rigorous and the high-level jury comprised of the MR industry stalwarts.

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Breaking the barriers - Incorporating visual metaphors to open up the respondents in a quantitative survey and decode using AI driven Text Analytics

Payel Roy; Vikas Chauhan; Deepti Chandna

 

 

Blending art & science to decode numerous options

Namrata Priyadarshini, Balaji Pandiaraj, Geetika Singh Niranjan Balu; Aniket Katdare & M Balasubramani

   

Bar-I-Fication of Stimulus

Nimisha Garg & Jayesh Menon

   

Hygiene - Today, Tomorrow & Beyond

Arjun Sharma, Rahul Bhardwaj & Natasha Roy

   

Being humane is all that matters: Using empathy to develop guidelines for conducting research with differently abled

Geetika Singh & Aniket Katdare

   

Metamorphosis - Of Our People, By Our People

Preetie Kotur & Swati Sinha

   

A New Symphony: Employee and Organizational Success in the Pandemic

Pallavi Mathur Lal & Sanskrati Sail

   

  

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  • Madhurima Bhatia Media Relations and Content lead

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