Mystery Shopping Experts Join Ipsos Loyalty to Bolster New Division
Mark E. Greene and Dolores Forget Leverage Extensive Experience to Deepen Ipsos Loyalty Mystery Shopping Offering in the U.S.
Monday, July 06, 2009
New York, NY - Ipsos Loyalty in the U.S. welcomes two new senior research executives to their team, effectively expanding the Mystery Shopping specialty’s capabilities to deliver insight on customer and brand loyalty. Mark E. Greene and Dolores Forget have been appointed to fortify the company’s new Mystery Shopping division - further bolstering Ipsos’ loyalty offering through a deeper, quantitative understanding of the customer shopping experience.
“In today’s environment retailers can’t afford to guess which of their customer service strategies are effective. They need quick turnaround to better understand and develop greater insight into the true customer experience,” comments Matt McNerney, President for Ipsos Loyalty in the U.S.
“We’re extremely fortunate and excited to welcome Mark and Dolores on board to implement their breadth of expertise in Mystery Shopping research. Their extensive capabilities and knowledge in this field will provide greater insight into the shopping and retail experience that customers receive from our clients.”
Mark Greene brings over 25 years of hands-on experience in marketing management and most recently Shopper research. As the Vice President of Ipsos’ Loyalty Mystery Shopping Division, he will be using this expertise to leverage the practice area’s capabilities, in identifying new client opportunities and developing profitable new products/services.
Mr. Greene comes to Ipsos Loyalty from TNS, where he held various leadership roles related to mystery shopping and retail and shopping insights.
Dolores Forget brings over 20 years experience in both designing and executing domestic and international mystery shopping programs. Taking on the role of Director her breadth and depth of expertise brings solid categorical leadership to Ipsos’ Loyalty Mystery Shopping division, putting to work her knowledge and experience in point of sale, inventory and observational audits.
Prior to joining Ipsos, Ms. Forget held management positions in both mystery shopping and custom research at TNS, Elrick & Lavidge, and in the consumer packaged goods sector with Acker, Capozzi & Petersen.
Both Mark and Dolores will be based out of the Parsippany, NJ office.
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