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Top Ten Female MR Entrepreneurs

Michelle Andre

April 11, 2017

WIRe is celebrating our ten year anniversary in 2017, and everything is coming up tens. Throughout the course of the year, we will be sharing our “top ten” lists related to our community and cohorts. First up? Top Ten Female MR Entrepreneurs!

Our team of judges has searched far and wide around the globe to put together this stellar group of women who are paving the way for the future of research. For our community, we want to play our part in illuminating the women who are at the top of their game – because we know: you can’t be what you can’t see!

And drumroll…these are the top ten Entrepreneur picks from our judges!

Fiona Blades, MESH
Roz Calder, Needscope
Diane Hessan, C Space
Rana el Kaliouby, Affectiva
Janet Kosloff, InCrowd
Kristin Luck, Luck Collective & Shelley Zalis, TFQ (co-founders of OTX)
Roseanne Luth, Luth Research
Deborah Mattinson, Britain Thinks
Leslie Townsend, Cannabiz (Founder of Kinesis)
Kristi Zuhlke, Knowledge Hound

Keep an eye on our social media channels – LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram – for more in-depth looks at our Top Ten Entrepreneurs in the upcoming weeks. Kicking off April Office Hours is Kristi Zuhlke, a top ten entrepreneurial list-maker and CEO of Knowledge Hound – where you can ask her all about launching a successful MR business, accessibility of consumer data and insights, and professional growth questions. Make sure to login and check it out.

Is your favorite female entrepreneur missing missing from this list? Anyone you feel deserves to be recognized? Send us an email. We’ll be building lists all year long in honor of our anniversary, and to recognize female leadership in all categories of our industry. Many thanks to our top ten list judges: Lenny Murphy, Greenbook; Finn Raben, ESOMAR; Jane Frost, MRS; and Betty Adamou, Research Through Gaming (entrepreneur).

Here’s to ten years and entrepreneurs!

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Managing Director for Women in Research

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