Kantar Public has announced a new senior hire to in their qualitative practice in Scotland. Gerry Harrison, appointed as Director, joins Kantar Publics leading team of social researchers in its Edinburgh office.
Gerry will lead the qualitative practice in Scotland, focusing on communications research and behavioural insight for Scottish Government and commerce.
Desiree Lopez, who heads up the UK Qualitative practice for Kantar Public, comments: ‘We are thrilled to appoint a leading qualitative practitioner with deep understanding of social research in both private and public sectors. Gerry joins a growing team of qualitative researchers in Kantar Public, where she will contribute methodological expertise in strategic and communications research. She will also contribute strongly to our plans for growth and continued excellence in client service’.
Gerry comments: ‘This is an exciting opportunity for me to build on my previous experience and to move forward into the fascinating and challenging world of behavioural insight and communications. I’m looking forward to working with this team and their excellent clients to contribute to Kantar Publics expert reputation’.
Gerry joins Kantar Public from Qualvu, where she led the EMEA offer. She previously worked at Ipsos MORI, Hall and Partners and Opinion Leader. She brings a wealth of experience working with private and public sector clients.
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