Panelbase appoints Johnny Caldwell

13 November 2019

Panelbase appoints Johnny Caldwell

Hexham, 13th November 2019 – UK-based panel and research services provider, Panelbase, has appointed Johnny Caldwell into the newly created role of Innovation Consultant.

Panelbase provides clients with a range of services including sample-only, scripting & hosting, tabulation, community recruitment, qual recruitment, product testing, and mobile app testing. They are also an active political pollster and member of the British Polling Council with results often featuring in publications such as The Sunday Times and on the BBC.

Caldwell joins with almost 30 years of experience delivering innovative data-driven research and panel solutions. His most recent role was as Managing Director of panel and data collection specialist Netquest UK. Before this, he was Managing Director of consumer insights provider Nepa in the UK and formerly Director of Knowledge and Strategy at global data collection company Research Now (now Dynata) where he helped grow and develop the company over an eight-year period since joining at its initial inception.

In his new role, Caldwell will contribute to the company’s service and product innovation whilst also broadening the already extensive client base including other panels, research agencies and end clients. Commenting on the appointment, Panelbase Founder Angus Webb, said, “Having known Johnny for the best part of 15 years, I’m delighted to have him join the team as Panelbase maps out the next phase of our evolution. His vast experience in developing research solutions and our shared ethos of delivering excellent client success will further catalyse our service portfolio and rapidly growing client base.”

Caldwell commented, “It is with great excitement that I join the most well-respected home-grown panel provider in the UK. At Panelbase quality respondent provision is key and we really do have a solid basis on which to build innovative data and research solutions to serve the industry in the coming months.”

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