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ResearchExchange.com bounds out of Beta with mass sign ups of buyers and suppliers of market research

ResearchExchange.com, the world’s first online marketplace for the research industry, has come out of beta-testing and is already succeeding in its quest to invigorate the market research industry. Following a successful soft launch, the platform has already signed up more than 300 research suppliers, as well as a host of big-name buyers including Groupon, Novartis and Pernod Ricard.

The platform significantly cuts the time and cost that both buyers and suppliers spend sourcing each other, enabling them to connect on the right kind of briefs at the right time, providing an economic boost for the market research industry.

Registration is simple

Registration for the service is free and companies can start using the platform by following three simple steps:
1) Register for free at ResearchExchange.com by providing your company details
2) Upload an existing brief or create one from scratch using the intuitive platform
3) Engage with well-matched research suppliers, qualified to pitch for your brief, and select the desired partner for the project

Andrew Barling, Senior International Market Researcher at Groupon, comments: “ResearchExchange.com is already establishing itself as a valuable resource to brands looking to commission research, as well as suppliers pitching for work. Like many other sectors, the research industry will continue to become ever-more digitised, so it’s impressive to see ResearchExchange.com leading innovative change that will benefit buyers and suppliers of market research.”

Richard Waring, co-founder and CEO of ResearchExchange.com, comments: “We have created a platform that truly connects the brilliance within the industry, and we’re delighted to already have such a healthy network of companies registered with us. We have had a number of research briefs go live and reach completion during the soft launch period, so we’re excited to see this momentum continue to grow.”

For further details on ResearchExchange.com and to register for free, please visit: http://www.ResearchExchange.com/