There has been competition in the air after 150 of Vietnam’s top university graduates bid for a place on Decision Lab’s Market Research Consultant Program.
The five successful candidates have now enrolled on a two year program with the leading market research company in its Ho Chi Minh City headquarters. Here the new cohort will gain an in depth understanding into the new challenges of Decision Lab’s clients, work with the latest technologies in market research and develop their analytical skills.
Decision Lab requires an exceptional team of market research consultants in order to deliver its mission of making market research agile, connected and decision focused.
Founder, Thue Quist Thomasen said:
“At Decision Lab we pride ourselves on delivering high quality market research that enables our clients to navigate and thrive in today’s ever changing markets. We therefore want to make sure that our team is made up of the brightest problem-solvers, which is why we hold ourselves to such rigorous hiring standards.
“Once again we have been delighted to see such a high quantity of top quality candidates apply, and we are confident the selected five will help Decision Lab continue to supply excellent market research.”
The five new Associates of the MRC program 2017.
Manager Nguyen Quynh Huong introduced Decision Lab's Decider research solutions.
Data Processing and Management session delivered by Associate Nguyen Tien Dat.
The five candidates selected for the two year training programme had to siginficantly differentiate themselves from the rest of the application pool, with previous years’ candidates demonstrating their fluency in English and excellent academic achievements whilst studying overseas or at leading universities in Vietnam.
This year, the successful candidates came from impressive educational backgrounds with tertiary education completed in the USA, Australia and Vietnam. All were fluent in at least two languages and some had completed significant work experience.
You can read more about Decision Lab's Market Research Consultant Program here.