Kantar is the world’s largest data analytics and market research firm. With a presence in over 80 countries, they have more conversations with the world’s consumers than anyone else. Kantar’s Talent Management Team will hold a virtual employer talk at CEU as they are looking to increase exposure to global graduate applicants who would like to work for one of the largest market research brands in the world.
Aidan Lawrence, Kantar’s Associate Director of Operations, and Talent Project Manager Emily Dunne will share more about Kantar’s work, how you increase your chances as an applicant, and which early career and graduate schemes to follow. They are seeking to connect with graduates and early career professionals who are looking for a career in consulting, data and analytics, research, technology or account management. Read here more about their positions and how you can start your career at Kantar.
If you are data-curious, and have an interest in global business, market research and/or human behaviour, please join the event and find out how you can become part of the global community of “Kantarians”!
RSVP is strongly recommended as it helps us know how many participants to expect.
For students currently based in Vienna: you may join remotely from room D-212. When registering for the event, please indicate your campus location.
About the speakers:
Aidan has worked in Operations for over 15 years. He started his career as a Consultant and later worked in various roles and positions for Aldi, Tesco (the UK’s largest retailer) and Amazon. A year ago, Aidan joined Kantar, where he leads a team of approximately 100 operations executives to deliver client and panelist delight, whilst developing a strategy to secure the next wave of client partnerships. Like Kantar, he is always on the lookout for bright, data-curious minds.
Emily has been working at Kantar for nearly five years, starting in Learning & Development and recently moving into the Talent Acquisition department, where she manages the entry-level recruitment schemes.