20|20 Research Partners With The Art Institute of Tennessee—Nashville
May 30, 2017
Technology and service firm 20|20 Research and The Art Institute of Tennessee—Nashville, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta, have partnered to give a local art student the opportunity to add an art installation at the 20|20 Research focus group facility in downtown Nashville.
20|20 Research was given three design options to choose from and ultimately selected a mural featuring a mountain and lake scene that reflects the company’s Tennessee roots. Ideally, 20|20 would like for this to be an ongoing relationship with The Art Institute in Nashville. “Young local artists deserve the opportunity to impact their community in positive ways,” explained John Pflum, CFO of 20|20 Research. “20|20 Research is thinking creatively about what will liven up our focus group space and give our clients and study participants a positive experience when visiting our facility.”
“The Art Institute of Tennessee—Nashville is all about a passion for creativity. We push our students to be their very best, work hard and take risks,” explained Jerry Linger, dean of Academic Affairs at The Art Institute of Tennessee—Nashville. “This partnership with 20|20 Research will give our students the opportunity to affect the local community through their art.”
About 20│20 Research
20|20 Research is a global leader in the development, support and service of online qualitative marketing research... and the software and technology that sustains it. Leveraging more than 30 years of experience, the company works with researchers around the world to provide faster, easier, and more cost-effective research solutions, with projects in more than 95 countries and 30+ languages. In 2016, 20|20 acquired iModerate, expanding the breadth of services available to the industry. Both companies have consistently been recognized among the most innovative research firms in the world by GreenBook Research Industry Trends, a top arbiter of the marketing research industry. 20|20’s operations are headquartered in Nashville, and the company additionally maintains the iModerate office in Denver, along with traditional focus group facilities in Nashville, Charlotte and Miami. www.2020research.com