89 Degrees East Lands Dr. Rebecca Huntley as Director of Research

89 Degrees East is expanding its research capacity by appointing one of Australia’s foremost social researchers, Dr Rebecca Huntley, as Director of Research.

As of August 8, Dr Huntley brings more than 15 years of research industry experience, including nearly a decade as director of The Mind & Mood Report, the longest-running social trends report. in Australia. She has been a trusted advisor to government, business and community leaders, as well as an experienced national media commentator.

89 Degrees East CEO Alister Jordan said Rebecca’s appointment will strengthen the agency’s internal research capacity and its ability to deliver the best data and evidence-based strategy to its portfolio of clients.

“We are thrilled to welcome Rebecca to the team at a time when our clients increasingly need reliable facts and information to guide their strategies, growth and policies,” said Jordan.

“We recognize that successful organizations need high quality research in order to design and implement winning strategies and Rebecca’s appointment will be a real benefit to our clients.

Dr Huntley believes that research and knowledge provide organizations with a way to prepare for the future and help them operate in complex, noisy and diverse environments.

“89 Degrees East is an agency that understands and appreciates research and how insights can be used to shape and drive strategy, so I’m really excited to be part of the team and work with their growing list of clients,” said Dr. Huntley. .

Dr. Huntley will lead a team of qualified and experienced researchers who only deliver data, research and insights with integrity.

89 Degrees East is a national data, strategy and delivery agency that partners with multinational enterprises and ASX 200 companies, as well as federal and state governments and nonprofit organizations. In addition to research, he specializes in strategic advice, policy, communications, stakeholder engagement, awareness campaigns, digital strategy and design.

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