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20 August 2014 • Graeme Trayner began his career as an intern for Greenberg Quinlan Rosner and is now a Vice President of the company, running their New York office and international corporate practice. In between, he has worked for a number of other companies, including a stint as a Partner in the London office of Brunswick Group where he set up its global opinion research practice. He also worked closely with consumer research pioneer Wendy Gordon and British Labour Party pollsters Philip Gould and Deborah Mattinson. Graeme writes and speaks frequently on the convergence of business and politics, and social psychology and corporate reputation. His paper on rethinking reputation research was Highly Commended at the 2012 MRS Annual Conference and in 2014 he won the Best Conference Chair Award. He is a past AQR Board Member and a certified member of MRS.
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