Global research consultancy TNS has announced that Anjali Puri will be elevated to the position of head of centre of excellence for TNS’s global Qualitative practice. Based in Bangalore, Puri will report to Rebecca Wynberg, CEO, TNS Qualitative. Prior to this, Puri was managing director, TNS Qualitative for Asia Pacific.
On the appointment, Wynberg said, “I am delighted that Anjali is joining the global team. She is highly regarded in our industry for her contemporary thinking in qualitative research globally, particularly in the areas of consumer choices, behaviour change and social media. Anjali’s input will be instrumental in helping us to deliver world-class research excellence across all our markets.”
In her new role, Puri will be responsible for developing TNS’s qualitative offer. Puri will work closely with TNS’s global practice heads to ensure the organisation delivers truly integrated approaches to clients across the globe.
Puri said, “I am really looking forward to leading our newly-established Centre of Excellence and to working even closer with Rebecca and our qualitative expert practitioners across TNS to strengthen our capabilities and bring fresh, innovative thinking to our clients.”
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