LIGHTSPEED GMI TO ATTEND 39th ANNUAL CASRO CONFERENCE
September 28, 2014
Lightspeed GMI Leadership Will Discuss Key Industry and Business Management Issues
Warren, NJ (September 28, 2014) — Lightspeed GMI, a globally integrated research organization, announced it will attend the 2014 Council of American Survey Research Organization (CASRO) Conference from September 29 – October 2 in Denver, CO. Themed ‘Mile High Perspective, Bottom Line Impact,’ this conference adds to Lightspeed GMI’s comprehensive consumer, B2B, financial and healthcare business outreach.
During the event, Lightspeed GMI management will available to discuss its diverse product and service portfolio, including Lightspeed GMI Mainstream, Lightspeed GMI Project Services and Lightspeed GMI Quality Suite. Attendees include David Day (President & Global CEO, Lightspeed), Jeff Schuett (Chief Technology Officer, Lightspeed), Frank Kelly (Senior Vice President, Global Marketing & Strategy, Lightspeed), David Shanker (Chief Executive Officer, Americas, Lightspeed), Chris Urinyi (Chief Operating Officer, Americas, Lightspeed), Bonnie Breslauer (Executive Vice President Americas, Lightspeed GMI) and Steve Blum (Director, Product Development, Marketing & Business Strategy, Lightspeed).
Attendees who wish to arrange a meeting with management are encouraged to contact Lsigman@lightspeedresearch.com.
ABOUT LIGHTSPEED GMI
Lightspeed GMI is an award-winning global digital data collection enterprise. Founded in 1996, its innovative technology and proven sampling methodologies deliver operational excellence throughout the online research process. With more than four million online research respondents in 40+ countries, Lightspeed GMI’s proprietary panels deliver unparalleled quality, capacity and targeting.
Headquartered in Warren, New Jersey, Lightspeed GMI is part of the Kantar Group, the insight, information and consultancy division of WPP, the world leader in marketing communication services. For more information, visit www.lightspeedgmi.com.
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