I am really looking forward to next week, which will be my first visit to Beijing for years, everybody tells me I will be astounded by the changes.
On Sunday 5th April I am leading my new Presenting workshop. I am really pleased with how the workshop is shaping up (there are still a few places left if you are going to be in Beijing on Sunday).
On Monday I am co-presenting a paper to the Conference, in the session straight after the keynote speaker. The paper, ‘What does Research 2.0 mean to consumers in Asia Pacific’ is a collaborative project with Colmar Brunton of Australia, The Research Agency of New Zealand, Fem Marketing House of Japan, and SSI who looked after China. The project looks at the experience of running a Research 2.0 project in these four communities and offers views on how this technique can be applied in Asia Pacific.
If you are going to be at the ESOMAR Asia Pacific Conference, be sure to look me up. Good places to meet up are at the welcoming reception on the Sunday, at the dinner on Monday evening, and usually the speakers are gathered together after their presentation, so just before lunch on the Monday should also be good.