RESEARCH GOT TALENT 2023
Global competition for young researchers up to 35 for the best charity research project
Are you interested in working on a new project together with other young market researchers? Would you like to do something good at the same time? Then the Research Got Talent Programme 2023 might be just the thing for you.
🔍 In mixed teams from different disciplines and all regions of Germany, you will work together on a research project. Your client will be a non-profit organisation for which you will work on a current topic.
The overarching theme: of the global Research Got Talent initiative is The Role of Market Research and Insights in supporting Charities/Non-Profits in overcoming relevant and meaningful social issues.
The global competition is organised by different organisations in Germany (BVM, DGOF and ADM) and on a global level by ESOMAR.
What is the timeline?
🕐 The application phase will start soon and after the selection of the interdisciplinary teams in spring, you will automatically meet other young researchers during the competition.
🕒 In April, there will be a digital kick-off session where you will get to know your team and the other teams.
🕔 Later in spring (probably May), there will be a digital hackathon where the NGO will present its challenge. You will then develop and present your research proposal.
🕗 At the end, the jury will select a winning team that will be able to realize their project in the summer with the support of sponsors. You will also receive regular support from mentors.
🕙 You will then present your results in late summer.
🏆 Not only will you be awarded, but you will also have the opportunity to try out your research approaches and be creative while doing good. The global winning team will be invited to the Global Congress 2024 and get to present their project on the big stage.
Be part of it – the application period starts soon! We will keep you updated on this channel and are looking forward to your applications!
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