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Andy Strain appointed Senior Research Analyst at Perceptive

Leading customer intelligence agency Perceptive has announced that Andy Strain
will be joining the team as Senior Research Analyst in February 2019.
Stepping into a new role in the research department, Strain will be involved in client
management and research reports, as well as interpreting data and predicting
current and future consumer trends.

Strain is coming from market research agency Colmar Brunton where his focus was
on quantitative research, mainly in advertising testing. There, he worked with
clients across a wide and varied range of industries including FMCG,
Telecommunications, Insurance, Healthcare, Retail, TV/Media and Public Relations.

“I am most excited to be joining such a fast- paced and energetic team. Perceptive
are doing such interesting work right now, utilizing the latest in technology and
customer monitoring techniques, it’s going to be great to be a part of that. It is also
incredibly motivating to be joining Perceptive as part of the wider Clemenger Group
and having access to all opportunities that that brings,” says Strain.

The new appointment is based on the continued success and growth that Perceptive
has experienced over the past 12 months.

CEO of Perceptive, Chris Pescott says, “We are thrilled to have Andy join us at
Perceptive. Andy brings with him a wealth of experience and we are confident his
skill set will add a new and valuable dynamic to the team, which will allow us to
further provide our clients with the best customer research and analysis available.”

About Perceptive: Perceptive is Australasia's leading technology-based research
agency. Perceptive provides research and insights programmes to a variety of
organisations across the Asia-Pacific, North America and the United Kingdom,.

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