Building an International Business

Anne Brown, founder of Gazelle Global, leads an entirely remote-first team, all based in the US, to help the research community connect with people all over the world. In today’s episode, Anne discusses why you shouldn’t look for a bargain basement solution, the importance of understanding what’s feasible from a research perspective, why respondents are not a renewable resource, and the importance of mentorship and collaboration for entrepreneurs.
“Remember, our respondents are human.”

Anne Brown founded Gazelle Global in the early 90s, focusing on research operations. Today she leads an entirely remote-first team, all based in the US, to help the research community connect with people all over the world. 

In today’s episode, Anne discusses why you shouldn’t look for a bargain basement solution, the importance of understanding what’s feasible from a research perspective, why respondents are not a renewable resource, and the importance of mentorship and collaboration for entrepreneurs. 

Tune in to learn: 
• Mistakes people make with research operations 
• How to mitigate against respondent fatigue 
• Advice for women entrepreneurs (and how valuable WIRe is for those in research) 

Thanks to Anne for sitting down with us. 

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