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Call for Contributions

Call for Contributions

Kids and Youth Research Conference

Date: Thursday 25 January 2018

The search is on for 12 outstanding submissions that showcase ground-breaking techniques and novel findings in kids, youth and family insight generation.

We’re looking for the very best examples of how enterprises, brands and services providers are using insight to improve engagement, tailor offerings and better serve young people.

We want to:

Explore research that uncovers how kids and teens spend their leisure time and understand who or what influences their behaviour.

Showcase research that takes in the big themes of this generation including digital lives, identity and diversity, healthy body and mind and political, social and environmental awareness.

Discover how analytics, qualitative and quantitative techniques are being used in unison to produce the most holistic and compelling insights ever.

Explore how technological advancements in mobile, wearables, virtual reality, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, predictive analytics are generating broad and novel insights.

Unpick how privacy, data and ethical guidelines should be approached in research with kids and young people and how to overcome and navigate the barriers in an ethical manner.

Please send us your suggestions for:

· 20 min case study slots – we’re especially interested in case studies that demonstrate the use of new insight techniques that others can learn from and research takeaways with far reaching consequences that are of interest to all

· Interactive workshops – where a key component of the session is audience exercises and participation

· No slides panel discussions – please suggest topics which will generate a stimulating discussion where a range of viewpoints can be represented

· Round table discussions – we’re looking for topics with broad appeal that delegates will be grappling with and welcome the opportunity to discuss with industry colleagues

A quick note on our selection criteria:

With a maximum of just 12 sessions to fill we have to be ruthless when selecting speakers and papers and so priority is given to client side presenters / co-presenters, new, hot-off-the-press, research and interesting, novel and interactive session formats.

If you have a recent research project that you’d like to showcase or a conference session idea please submit a brief synopsis (approx. 200 words) for consideration by Friday 8th September to

Be part of the most exciting kids, teens and families research event of the year!


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