Job Title: Head of Market Intelligence Company: KOKO Networks Location: Nairobi, Kenya Responsibilities The Head of Market Intelligence will lead our market research team to deliver insights to drive customer & agent acquisition, customer & [read more]
Folks, yesterday we had the time of our lives taking part in an exhilarating, fast-paced Grand Prix that was filled with excitement and suspense. The MSRA 2018 GP Karting Grand Prix was also a great occasion to meet and socalise with our industry peers from other organisations involved in Marketing and Social Research. Enjoy the pics! [read more]
The bottom of the pyramid (BoP) represents the biggest market opportunity in the world if companies can offer affordable products and services more efficiently. This means seeing the BoP consumers not as victims of poverty but as value driven consumers. BoP Consumers are not necessarily defined by money but by mindset as well. [read more]
The MSRA Introduction to Market & Social Research course targets new comers in the research industry and is meant to help participants build a firm foundation and improve their capabilities within the research field.
Topics: Introduction to Research, Research Ethics, Research Methods & Processes, Quantitative Research, Qualitative Research. [read more]
If you ever decide to switch to Linux in 2018, don’t worry about missing out on Microsoft Office. I personally have no issues with MS Office. However, it is a commercial product meaning that it [read more]
In regards to tech, I’m sure there comes a tipping point in many users lives when they’ve had enough of their desktop PC or laptop frustrating the living daylights out of them — due to updates that wreck their systems, viruses, poorly written bloated apps or everything just running slow on their hardware. [read more]
Summary: Kenyan Youth more than ever are seeking ways to progress themselves forward through unconventional routes and career paths. Betting taking on a large role in youth wallets. Geography considerations: Different types of youth in different geographies and brand assets. Urbanisation is still less than 40% of Kenya. [read more]