London - 5 August - Kantar Public are pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Roberts as a new Associate Director in the Qualitative team.
Nick Roberts joins Kantar Public from the Centre for Analysis of Social exclusion at the London School of Economics (LSE). In his role at the LSE Nick was reviewing government approaches to child poverty measurement. He previously worked for a research agency in Tokyo and before that was part of the team at Thinktank International, an agency based in London.
Nick Roberts says, “I’m delighted to have found a new home at Kantar Public and for the opportunity to pull together my commercial and academic experience whilst furthering my passion for social research. In this rapidly developing research climate, I’m looking forward to facing the challenges ahead alongside my new colleagues.”
Ben Toombs, Head of Qualitative and Communications research at Kantar Public, says “I am very pleased to welcome Nick to Kantar Public. Nick’s varied experience and deep interest in social research make him an ideal addition to our expanding qualitative team, and the new perspectives and expertise he brings will undoubted be valued by clients and colleagues alike."
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