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Forsta announces 2021 AIR award winners, recognizing achievement in insight and research

16 December, 2021 | 

Originally published: MarTech Series, 15 December 2021

Global awards program celebrates excellence and innovation in the global Market Research and Insights industry
Forsta, the leading Customer Experience and Research Technology company, is announcing the winners in its fourth annual Achievement in Insight and Research (AIR) Awards.
The annual awards recognize winners across three categories – Agency, Project & Innovation and Professionals – and celebrates organizations and teams innovating and breaking new ground in Market Research, driving the future of the global insights industry.
“As the research industry advances, there’s a noticeable shift towards an emphasis on the human element, with increased focus on behavioral insights, emotion intelligence and advanced social listening, as well as new developments in data visualization to bring insights stories to life,” commented Kyle Ferguson, CEO at Forsta.
The 2021 AIR Awards winners are:

  • AIR Agency: These agencies are driving the future of the MR market by designing and implementing new approaches, often breaking new ground in the merging of Market Research, Insights and Voice of the Customer.
    • Judges Choice Winners: Azurite Consulting, FiftyFive5, E2E Research Services
    • Standard Winners: Beehive Research, Course5 Intelligence, Fifth Dimension Consulting, KPMG, Meridian West, NielsenIQ China, Owl Solutions, Pureprofile, Sprout Strategy, TehriHills Consultancy Pvt. Ltd., Vivisum Partners

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