Intellicast S3E7 – Ted Pulsifer, Carlos Dreyfus, and a Market Research New Round-Up

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Intellicast S3E7 – Ted Pulsifer, Carlos Dreyfus, and a Market Research New Round-Up


Thanks for joining us for another episode of Intellicast! We cover a wide range of topics on this episode. Kicking off the show, Brian, Producer Brian, and new guest co-host Adam Clements, kick off the episode talking about some of the recent podcast feedback we have received, and a discussion on the recent Iowa Caucus.

The guys then turn to the latest market research news, including data quality news from Maru/Blue and Imperium, some new hires by Directions Research and InnovateMR, Cint’s new brand unveiling, and more!

We then learn more about Adam with a new installment of the 4 P’s, including how his interest in video gaming led him to pursue a career in market research.  We find out about his eclectic taste in music, as well as his most embarrassing moment.

At the 50-minute mark, we switch gears a bit and feature a couple of interviews that Brian recorded while he was down in Atlanta a couple of weeks ago for SampleCon. Our first interview is with Ted Pulsifer of Market Cube. He chats with Brian about employee engagement and appreciation and tells us a great story about how Market Cube gave their top 20 employees from across the company a new car of their choice.

In the second interview, Brian is joined by Carlos Dreyfus of the Vetri Global, a mobile-based data and research app. Carlos gives Brian a great overview of the new company, what it does, and what makes them different.  He also talks about what they are trying to do within the industry. 

This a great listen!

To learn more about Market Cube, visit their website. You can also learn more about their employee appreciation initiative, follow them on LinkedIn, on Twitter .@market_cube or check out some of their posts.

To learn more about Vetri, visit their website. You can also connect with them on LinkedIn or Twitter .@vetri_global.

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