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Home arrow Marketing Research News arrow Company News And Announcements July-December 2010 arrow Voxco Extends International Presence With Industry Veteran In Asia-Pac
Voxco Extends International Presence With Industry Veteran In Asia-Pac Print E-mail
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Agreement with industry veteran Dushy De Silva increases focus in Asia-Pac market.  Voxco announces three new customers in Australia region.
 
Voxco, a world leading provider and trusted partner in research technology for more than 30 years, announced the appointment of Dushy De Silva as Regional Manager.

This partnership will allow Voxco to provide local client services and support commercial initiatives.

Prior to joining Voxco, Dushy has held major data processing roles in companies such as Colmar Brunton New Zealand, Research International, Millward Brown Australia (Melbourne) and Fieldworks Market Research.

“I am very pleased to come on board at such an exciting time for Voxco. I have a thorough knowledge of the working requirements for research technology and will be able to offer companies a new survey technology alternative from a leading international provider,” commented Mr. De Silva.  “As the company continues to extend its offerings worldwide, we’re thrilled to welcome him as a new member of our team,” said Raymond Cyr, president of Voxco.

Voxco is also very pleased to announce that Sweeney Research, The Social Research Centre P/L, and the Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR) at The University of Queensland have all entered agreements to use Voxco’s multichannel data collection platform.

Voxco offers software solutions for collecting and processing strategic data for market and social researchers.

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For more information please visit www.voxco.com

Sydney, Australia – 10 December 10 2010

 
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