Tuesday, December 3 at 12:45pm to 2:15pm
Kaprielian Hall (KAP), 352
3620 South Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90089
Yoon Cho, Soo-Young Chin and Jay Hasbrouck, partners in Ethnoworks, Inc., present their research and findings on pet health, in this, the last Free Lunch Lecture of the semester.
About Ethnoworks, Inc: (From their website) A research consultancy with ethnographic leanings, Ethnoworks delivers customized solutions to optimize our clients’ success. Here’s how we do it: Connecting Conversations - We understand the meaning of conversation. To have a dialogue, it needs to go both ways. This is one of our key strengths. As a friend once commented about us, "These people ask questions for a living." We listen to people, and we learn from them. Orchestrating Insights - Collaboration is more than just working together. We push, prod, build, tear down, reconstruct... to find synergies in our analyses. We've learned from experience that one plus one can equal three. This extends to everything we do. Translating into Action - Ideas are nice. We love 'em. But it's only an idea until you do something with it. We focus on making a difference with our work. For us, fulfillment comes from impact.