MMR Research Associates adds three to its team

MMR Research Associates has added a trio of new members to its team, growing its team by nearly 20 percent during 2019.

MMR Research Associates has added a trio of new members to its team, growing its team by nearly 20 percent during 2019.

Marketing research expert Michele Johnson has joined MMR as Vice President – Client Relationships.

Johnson has been in the data and insights industry for more than 25 years, most recently leading Kantar’s global relationship with Procter & Gamble. In that role, she was responsible for work in brand and communications, new product development, retail and shopper insights, social media analytics and consumer purchase behavior.

Graphic designer Susan Harrill has joined MMR as the newest member of its fast-growing graphics team.

Harrill has nearly 20 years of experience in the areas of graphic design, marketing and sales. She has worked with clients on strategic marketing, business development, custom graphics and marketing and trade show collateral.

Following a successful summer internship, UGA MMR grad Abby Dudman has joined MMR as Project Manager/Analyst – Client Services. Dudman also has a BBA in Marketing from UGA and brings surgical technology survey analysis as well as QSR industry project experience to the team.

Earlier this year, MMR added Paul Neuzil as Vice President – Client Relationships. He has more than 20 years of experience across multiple industries.

The additions come as MMR celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2019. Earlier this year, GreenBook named MMR to its new Business & Innovation edition of the GreenBook Research Industry Trends (GRIT) Report as a top 50 Full and/or Field Service company.

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