[WEBINAR] Keeping Inclusion at the Heart of Qual for Best-In-Class Research

At Ipsos, we are passionate about authentically illuminating the voices of all people. We do this by keeping diversity, inclusion and cultural understanding at the core of everything we do, and employing approaches that interrupt bias to unlock best in class research capability.

Join Ipsos' Janelle James as she leads a panel discussion with members of Ipsos UU's Inclusion Council:

  • Virginia Armas, Race/Ethnicity and Nationality expert
  • Kim Saxon, Race/Ethnicity and Socio-Economics expert
  • Ozzie Totten, Gender/Sexuality and Generation expert
  • Wendy Grauer, Ability and Generation expert

Together, they will focus on POVs from our dynamic Qualitative Consultants who effortlessly connect with respondents, help clients build DEI acumen, drive organizational empathy, and uncover insights that power authentic communications, inclusive products, and effective brand experiences. Hear more about:

  • What strategies do expert moderators leverage to authentically connect with respondents of different race or gender identification?
  • How can you use qualitative research to ensure intersectional storytelling?
  • Are you including people of all ability levels in your recruit? (according to the CDC, 26% of US adults have a disability… making them the largest minority group in the US)
  • Is your research confirming or bringing new light to stereotypes?

Register today.

Speakers :

  • Janelle James, Senior Vice President, Ipsos UU

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