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Here at w3dL, we're members and supporters of a wide range of organisations. A link to each organisation and an explanation of what they do is given below.
Formerly known as "The Association for Survey Computing", ASC are an organisation that hold regular meetings and conferences, mainly highlighting technology ideas at the leading edges of survey research. Bringing together commercial market research, academia and governmental bodies. Our MD, Steve is the vice-chair.
The British Healthcare Business Intelligence Association is an organisation that all of our main analysts are personal certified non-members of. Each year we undertake the adverse event training and are certified in order that we can do work for our medical clients.
The Independent Consultants Group is an organisation that brings together independent researchers and small, independent companies, mainly operating in the market research sector. We are members of ICG and offer special rates to other ICG members.
Founded in 1946, The Market Research Society is the world's research association. The MRS represents our industry, and since Jane Frost has taken over as Chief Executive, the MRS has taken a higher profile in the media, explaining how research helps industry and speaking out against sharp practices such as "sugging" (sales and marketing activity under the guise of "research") that stop people wanting to take part in bona fide surveys.
The Royal Statistical Society
The RSS can trace it's origins back to 1833. Initially established by luminaries including Charles Babbage and Thomas Malthus, the RSS now is behind the GetStats campaign, which champions the promotion of statistical literacy. We love the RSS for the wonderful events it stages and the work it does to promote statistics to the wider population.
The Triple-S Group
We adore Triple-S data and wherever possible ask that we are supplied data in this comprehensive data/metadata format that's been around since the 1990s. We support the aims of the group as they make everyone's life in market research that much more straightforward.