Cint announces multiple new appointments to support international growth

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STOCKHOLM, Sweden, 15 October 2013: Cint, the global provider of SaaS solutions for gaining market insight has announced a number of new appointments at locations and departments spanning the business, to support its global growth.

In the UK, Joanne Elliott joins as Account Director, bringing with her over ten years of extensive experience in the market research industry, firstly hands-on as a researcher for four years and for the last six years as Project Director at Hall and Partners.  A specialist in multi-country projects and those that have a complex research design, at Cint Elliott will handle key accounts and utilise the experience she has gained in research in sectors including automotive, financial, technology, sport and FMCG.

Supporting Elliott in the London team are three new hires.

Account manager Joyti Raull joins Cint from Toluna where she developed her core market research skills and gained knowledge in online panels.

Florina Ianus has been appointed as sales support supervisor following a role at Ipsos Interactive Services in Bucharest where she worked in the client services department.

Finally, recent graduate Atalanta Tiley comes on board as sales support executive, where she will be providing invaluable assistance to the team and learning about the market research sector.

Martin Singleton has also been rewarded for his hard work in the London office with a promotion from a role in sales support to account manager.

In addition to the London hires, there have been several high level appointments to Cint’s international team. Bruno Miani joins the team in Barcelona as senior account manager, responsible for Spain and Latin America.

Bruno was hired from ADAMO, a technology provider in Southern Europe, and prior to that was senior sales and team leader at Marcus Evans.

The Princeton office in New Jersey has also undergone some changes with two new appointments.

Christine Lazauskas joins as director and brings with her healthcare sector expertise, most recently with Vertical Screen.

Kasey Gage who recently transferred from the London office has taken up the new position of business development manager in the East Coast.

The office also welcomes Steve Zawada, as sales executive.

These new hires are announced as Cint reveals a significant milestone; over one million additional new opted-in panelists have signed up to its OpinionHUB in the first half of 2013.

Together, these 1.2 million individuals brings the total number of panellists Cint has access to at a staggering 10 million. These are based in the US, Europe, Latin America and beyond, and all took their first survey earlier this year.

Cint prides itself on the quality of its panellists, committed to recruiting authentic, engaged individuals, rather than focusing just on numbers, and based on the ISO 20252 international standard of market research, it will inactivate panellists that do not meet strict guidelines of behaviour.

In addition, parallel to the significant growth on the supplier side, Cint is experiencing phenomenal growth on the buyer side, with a number of new wins in Taiwan and South Korea as well as huge additions to the company in China.

Bo Mattsson, CEO of Cint comments: “2013 has been an overwhelmingly positive year so far for Cint, not only have we appointed a number of high calibre new members to the team across the world, but we have significantly boosted the number and quality of our panellists. We’re thrilled to be able to announce these new hires who come from a range of diverse backgrounds and bring with them invaluable experience in market research. Our panels are growing at a rapid rate and as such, it is reassuring to have a team of highly skilled individuals responsible for supporting this supply, and securing new business on both the buyer and supplier side.”

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