WALR is a start-up market research company, operating in the data collection space. WALR works primarily with market research agencies to provide them with panels and samples from survey respondents globally.
WALR was founded in 2020 during the pandemic, by Lewis Reeves, ex ResearchNow and Savanta. Lewis saw an opportunity to build a tech-enabled data collection business offering the services covering the entire life cycle of data collection through their intuitive platform, from survey building to analysis to data distribution.
Engage began working with WALR during the summer of 2021 when they were beginning to expand their workforce.
WALR had built a solid base of customers in the MR agency space during their initial 12 months. They now needed to hire 2 account managers to lead and grow these accounts and well as deliver on the projects.
In addition, to build the project delivery team for the future, they needed to hire a director of operations.
Engage packaged the search for these three roles into a project, providing economies of scale.
Dane Crossie led the project, identifying a target company list from which to headhunt. This requires a strategic approach within the market research world, due to contract restrictions and extended notice periods.
Dane conducted a full market identification, validation, headhunting and referencing process.
Successful completion of the search project of all three roles, with all candidates starting within 3 months of search commencement.
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