The MRS Awards – Call for Entries now open
31st May 2015
Foreign Tongues are the proud sponsor of the annual MRS Best Agency Awards. The MRS Awards celebrate research’s ability to drive innovation, inspire change and deliver results.
Evidence matters and the MRS Awards are proof positive of the power of research.
The Best Agency Awards
The MRS Best Agency Awards are for the agencies that really stand out from the competition as market leaders, and are split into two categories: one award given to an agency with a turnover greater than £20 million, and one given to an agency with a turnover of less than £20 million, to July 2015.
What does the Market Research Society look for in a winner?
- You need to be an agency with an exceptional year that operates within a recognised self-regulatory research framework.
- You’ve had a strong financial performance and can show evidence of this by enclosing details of your turnover and profit up until 1st July 2015.
- You’ve done something exceptional in research innovation in the last 12 months that forced the industry to stop and think. This could be development of a new approach, method or technique that wowed your clients and delivered tangible improvements to both their business and your revenue.
- You have a proven business driven results demonstrating that you’ve had a great year for your business growth, development and enhanced reputation. To do this you should illustrate how your agency has moved forward over the last 12 months, submit a client growth list, client retention techniques and results, what added value services you offered to your clients, your brand values, evidence of staff retention and development and examples of instances when you have presented research to a wider audience than just your clients.
Research-live Awards including
Best In-house Team
Best New Agency
Best Place to Work
Client Impact of the Year
Newcomer of the Year
MRS Awards including
Advertising & Media Research
Applications of Research
Financial Services Research
Innovation in Research Methodology
New Consumer Insight
Public Policy/Social Research
Virginia Valentine Award for Cultural Insights