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Simon Chadwick

Managing Partner at Cambiar Consulting, Editor in Chief of Research World at ESOMAR

Simon founded Cambiar in 2004 to provide strategic assistance to research and insight companies as they face rapid and fundamental change. With 40 years of guiding and managing international organizations of various sizes and stages, Simon’s advice and counsel has helped many companies increase their value – to stakeholders, investors and clients.

He is an acknowledged industry leader, author and conference speaker. In addition to his role at Cambiar, Simon is also a Fellow of the Market Research Society, past Chairman of the Insights Association and Editor-in-Chief of Research World, ESOMAR’s global magazine.

He holds an MA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University, UK, and has done post-graduate studies at both Columbia and Harvard business schools in Change Management and Strategic Management.

ESOMAR Individual Member Cambiar Consulting ESOMAR
21 June 2023

“The only constant thing in life is change.” So (apparently) said Heraclitus of Ephesus, a Greek philosopher of about 2,500 years ago.

20 April 2023

2021 had been an incredible year for investment into the insights and marketing analytics sector – over $9 billion in one single year. Surely the market would have to take a rest in 2022?

30 January 2023

Tech-enabled research is here to stay, will continue to grow and will continue to revolutionise our industry

We got there!

6 min read
12 October 2022
in Opinions

Now how do we stay there?

9 September 2022
in Opinions

Servant leadership has been shown time and again to be the long-term road to sustained success.

1 August 2022
in Opinions

The death of evidence?

21 April 2022

(and it’s all down to the P-word)

11 February 2022
in Opinions

Our role in providing impactful insights to business issues

2 February 2022
in General

The industry-leading blog is refreshed to celebrate the ESOMAR 75th Anniversary

5 January 2022

What can we learn from the observed mergers and aquisitions activity?

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