Call for Papers for Qual360 Europe 2017 – The Rise of Big Qual

QUAL360 Europe 2017 will take place on Feb 15-16 in the beautiful city of Amsterdam. The Call for Papers is now open! Inspire us with your most innovative research, radical solutions, new methodologies and amazing success stories.

The theme for the 2017 QUAL360 global conference series is ‘The Rise of Big Qual’. With qualitative research going through a huge revival, we are looking for exciting client case studies, best practices and new qual technologies to help to continue this success in 2017. So get your thinking caps on and become part of the QUAL360 family!

To increase your chance of being selected as our 2017 speaker, follow these simple rules:
– Submit original and new content, based on real case studies and projects
– Focus on new methodologies and fresh thinking
– Provide a unique perspective and thought provoking approaches
– Bring your client along to co-present if you are submitting a case study
– Choose an innovative presentation format

Submission deadline extended to Oct 7th. Send in your paper now

Need inspiration? – Click to watch the 2016 highlight and presentation videos:

For more ways to get involved or to support QUAL360 as sponsor,
contact Jens Cornelissen at +49 30 4672 1028 or by Email.

QUAL360 Global Series: Europe | North America | APAC

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Jens Cornelissen

Jens Cornelissen has been writing for over two decades – initially for general newspapers in his home country Germany. After receiving an MA degree in Communications, he joined a new media start-up in Amsterdam as consultant on new media technologies and country editor for two daily newsletters. In his current day job, Jens runs the global conference division for Merlien’s dedicated marketing research events. Jens is a trained journalist with a BA in Journalism from Westminster University in London and has authored several media industry reports and articles on mobile and media technology.

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