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Market Researcher

The Vegan Society
The Vegan Society

All International

Ref: Market Research
Deadline: 31 July 2013

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International Development


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Got skills that you aren’t utilising?
Do you have a little bit of time (ranging from less than an hour to several months if you’ve got more to spare)?
Want experience for your CV/Portfolio/Change of career/Wish to be involved in the charity sector?

The Vegan Society needs you!
We have a range of tasks and asks that you can be involved in which would immensely help The Vegan Society in our advocacy, lobbying and education work, and which would ultimately help to create a more vegan-friendly world. Volunteering with us couldn’t be easier or more rewarding.
Your Society. Your Choice.

Market Researcher
Market trends are important. Big companies use them all the time to analyse what works and what doesn’t, how to be prepared for the next best thing, and moreover, to invent the most popular product and lead the market. Do you have an interest in marketing and would you like to help The Vegan Society with researching market data and other trends?

Using simple internet searches or more targeted analysis such as trade journals, government reports and statistics, and other research and reference sources, if you are interested in helping to raise relevant questions and help find the answers, we would be delighted to work with you.

This is a voluntary role and can be carried out remotely or in our office in Birmingham, from a couple of hours a week to more often, depending how much time you have to offer.


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