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Hi, and welcome to another edition of What’cha Drinkin’? My name is Stewart Tippler and I'm the European representative for Quirk's Media. I have the fortune of speaking tonight with the wonderful Jennifer Roberton, who is the MD for respondi in the U.K. Under her leadership, respondi won the MRS best data collection online for a pioneering study of attitudes among refugees in 12 countries across three continents. Illustrating that her approach to research not only benefits commercial clients but can be used to tackle and better understand complex issues of importance to society as a whole. She's also won the best paper at ESOMR Fusion back in 2018. And aside to this, Jennifer is the youngest board member of the Market Research Benevolent Charity, the only charity of its kind in the U.K, helping U.K. researchers in financial crisis, offering educational grants and also helping with their mental health and wellbeing. And also, most recently, she was appointed to the board of the Market Research Society. So huge bio there. Welcome, Jenny. How are you?
I'm really well, thank you. Thank you so much for having me on.
Excellent, lovely. And without further ado, what's your drink this evening?
What am I drinking? Well, and if you say that in an English accent, it's actually watch you're drinking, but I'm not watching my drinking at all. It's actually a rather large Aperol Spritz.
Nothing wrong with large measures tonight. I once again, shock horror for those who know me, I have a gin and tonic and I thought I would make it topical. So, we are drinking Brooklyn tonight. The exciting news that we've actually got is this week we announced the dates for our Quirk’s not Brooklyn event in 2021, ...