Insights Association is offering a special discount to GRBN members and their members, who are interested in attending their inaugural NEXT Conference in New York in May. The organisers have put together a diverse and high quality agenda.

NEXT is an all-new conference from the all-new Insights Association, taking place May 9-10 in New York. This is a unique forum for research practitioners eager to discover new ways to engage respondents, secure more meaningful insights, and achieve balance in applying emerging tech with the need for data privacy and protection.

Researchers from Airbnb, Anthem, Buzzfeed, Chobani, Condé Nast, Instagram, Microsoft, Ogilvy, Refinery29, Samsung, and elsewhere will showcase how they are deploying design thinking, behavior-based analytics, geo-location and other technologies and techniques to advance the strategic positioning of insights within their organizations.

Objective research will be unveiled by such companies as JD Power, Deloitte, Ipsos, Research Now and SSI, fueling discussion on critical issues like data quality, privacy, mobile research, data fusion, and more. You’ll experience research via virtual reality – right from your seat, and learn about using mobile-friendly maxdiff, Yammer, and in-app techniques to reach respondents and generate insights in new ways.

GRBN is will also be on stage, hosting a panel on participant engagement with panelists from Critical Mix, M3, MarketVision, Netquest and Vision Critical.

You’ll get expert, insider perspectives on drones, AI, wearables, Smart Home, driverless cars and other seismic technologies. Through moderated peer discussions you’ll connect the dots from these macro trends to inform and influence your current work. Plus, see who emerges from our Shark Tank and witness the best of CES as a roadshow of Innovation Award winners from the renowned Consumer Electronics Show makes a special stop!

If you are interested in attending, and you or your employer is a member of a GRBN member association, please get in touch to take advantage of the US$400 discount.

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