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IPOR inaugurates new office

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On 12 September 2012, Institute for Public Opinion Research (IPOR) inaugurated its new office building situated at the heart of Islamabad in sector I-8. On this occasion Mr. James Littleton, Resident Country Director, International Republican Institute (IRI) formally inaugurated the office building by cutting Cake. The staff and associates of IPOR belonging to different organizations were also present on the occasion.   Mr. Littleton on this occasion said that, many of you are already aware that we have been working in Pakistan for the past several years in helping to build up a stronger democratic Pakistan though capacity building, helping establish a local independent research company with international standards, is another step towards this direction. “He hoped that this new research facility will go a long way in providing top of quality research of international standard in Pakistan”.

Executive Director thanking the chief guest said that IPOR places its clients at the center of all activities. He said “we are well aware of the current environment present within our sector and this will mean that we need to get extra creative and aggressive in our output using innovative techniques.

We launched this new company, which we are hoping to be able to capture a new audience, to fulfill the rapidly expanding market of public opinion research and we hoped that our existing client base we have achieved in this short period of time is a testimony of respect of good quality work in this market. In end, Executive Director thanked everyone for taking time out participates in this event.

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