Conversations in Research Frontiers from an Uniquely Australian Perspective
Friday, October 9, 2009
Welcome to the 'new normal'
Last month the US was reported to be moving out of recession but globally and more importantly in Australia, is it possible that there has been a dramatic and permanent chang ein the way that business and government across the world have started to purchase and use research?
Here is my article from the October's Research News, the 100th edition!
I was born in Sydney, Australia, just before man first walked on the moon.
Son of Kevin and Wendy. Husband to Michelle who puts up with a lot. Very proud dad to Caitlin, Abbey and Beth. They are without doubt the best thing i have ever achieved. My first job was in a mail room, then as a cadet whilst at Uni, auditor, marketer, attracted to research as understanding consumer behaviour can improve business performance, now MD of Colmar Brunton, Australia and National President of AMSRS