FocusVision Announces Executive Promotion and Grows Research Strategy Team

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Jonathan Tice Promoted to SVP of North American Sales;
Michael Kuehne Joins as Senior Research Strategist

FRESNO, Calif. — August 4, 2016 — FocusVision, the global leader in market research technology, today announced a key executive promotion as well as a notable addition to the firm’s Research Strategy Team. Jonathan Tice, previously the SVP of Client Development for FocusVision, has been named Senior Vice President of North American Sales. In addition, Michael Kuehne has joined FocusVision’s Research Strategy Team as Senior Research Strategist.

Jonathan Tice, Senior Vice President of North American Sales

jonathan-tice As SVP of North American Sales, Jonathan will lead a growing team that has contributed to consecutive years of double digit revenue growth for both Quantitative and Qualitative business lines. Jonathan brings 15 years’ of experience in online market research and executive leadership in sales, marketing, operations and product management. Jonathan has been involved in research-on-research initiatives with the Advertising Research Foundation and has helped publish research at both Authentic Response and CASRO. He has also served as New England chapter president of the Market Research Association (MRA). A frequent voice on the professional speaking circuit, Jonathan has presented at CASRO, NewMR, MRA and ARF events nationwide.

“Jonathan has been an integral part of FocusVision’s success from the onset of joining our team,” said Jamin Brazil, CEO of FocusVision. “He brings superior levels of leadership, strategic thinking, technology expertise and customer service that have continually positioned FocusVision as an innovative and conscientious business partner for our customers.”

Michael Kuehne, Senior Research Strategist

Michael Kuehne
Michael has deep experience leading research initiatives through the successful integration of consumer insights and sensory evaluations. With a unique experience set on both client and agency-sides of the research arena, Michael has a keen understanding of how research is actually used in an organization, and how outcomes drive product innovation. As part of the  Research Strategy Team, Michael will work closely with FocusVision’s sales and product development teams to create customized and meaningful technology solutions for clients, with emphasis on Pharma, Healthcare and CPG organizations.

“Michael’s blend of client-side and agency-side expertise allows us to provide extremely targeted solutions to our customers,” said Zoë Dowling, Lead Research Strategist for FocusVision. “This experience along with Michael’s strong strategic and analytical background make him a tremendous asset to our team.

About FocusVision
FocusVision is the global leader in market research technology, providing an online survey platform, research facility video streaming, webcam focus groups, ethnography streaming, panel management and mobile device usability studies. FocusVision’s services allow research professionals to engage with respondents in any place, at any time. FocusVision has over 350 employees and offices in the US, the UK, Bulgaria, Brazil, Australia and Singapore. For more information, visit:

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