Raj Manocha named Chair to the Board of Insights Association’s International Chapter

Raj Manocha, Executive Vice President of Delvinia named Chair of the International Chapter of the Insights Association

Raj Manocha, Executive Vice President of Delvinia named Chair of the International Chapter of the Insights AssociationWe’re excited to announce that Raj Manocha, Delvinia’s Executive Vice President, has been named Chair to the Board of the International Chapter of the Insights Association.

Raj successfully leads the sales and commercialization efforts across Delvinia’s business units and has played a pivotal role in leading the international expansion of the company’s data collection services. With his new position on the board, Raj hopes to use his extensive global marketing research experience to help members of the association to successfully navigate cross-border issues and grow on a global scale.

“These are exciting times for the market research industry, presenting challenges and incredible opportunities we haven’t faced before,” Manocha said. “As the speed of business decision making accelerates and insights become that much more important, the Insights Association –the vanguard for our industry – plays an increasingly vital role. My focus will be on growing the organization internationally, highlighting the valuable resources, knowledge and networking available to help organizations navigate through this rapidly changing environment.”

Raj also recently joined the Advisory Board of the Master of Science in Marketing Research Program (MSMR) at Michigan State University where he aims to use his leadership and knowledge to develop the next generation of business and marketing leaders.

Please join us in congratulating Raj.

To read the full article on Raj’s appointment to the Insights Association, click here.

Raj Manocha, Executive Vice President of Delvinia named Chair of the International Chapter of the Insights Association
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