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Research Partnership promotes Will Tolley

He moves up to associate director of quantitative research

Research Partnership Will TolleyIndependent healthcare market research and consulting agency the Research Partnership has promoted Will Tolley to associate director of quantitative research.

He joined the firm as research manager in March from Millward Brown, where he spent nine years, most recently as insight manager. Prior to that he served at Adelphi for four years as a senior research executive.

The Research Partnership's quantitative director Karen Swords said: “Will's promotion is integral to our objective of continuing to expand our quantitative services, particularly in our key areas of expertise - advanced analytics such as segmentation or demand assessments and brand tracking.

“In the past six months Will has worked on a number of high profile quantitative projects for Research Partnership and received very positive praise from both clients and our internal project teams.”

23rd June 2015

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