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BSRIA appoints new US business development manager

BSRIA has appointed Raphael Chalogany as new business development manager for its North American Market.

BSRIA has appointed Raphael Chalogany as new business development manager for its North American Market.

 

Mr Chalogany’s appointment will allow BSRIA to continue to develop its North American presence by strengthening its capabilities in providing strategic insight, competitive intelligence, attitudinal studies, and corporate strategy by using the latest tools and techniques to produce strategic reports.

 

He will be based in Chicago, which is the location of BSRIA’s headquarters for the North American operation.

 

Until recently Raphael was senior market research consultant in Worldwide Market Intelligence (WMI) at BSRIA.

 

He has been in this role since January 2011 and key achievements include: project management of international market research projects, authored numerous reports and private client work internationally and contributed to business development activities.

14 July 2015

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