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Join datadecisions group at the UNC-Chapel Hill Job fair!

Aug 28 2019 - 1:00pm 4:00pm


Great Hall, FPG Student Union

 Rise Mike (2)

Who are we?

dataDecisions Group (www.datadecisionsgroup.com) is a unique marketing research and data science organization. 

We are experts in custom marketing research, predictive modeling, and targeted direct marketing. 

What makes us unique is that we fuse many of those data sources and applications together into a powerful set of insights and marketing tools for our clients.


Why work with us?

The Data Science Analyst 1 is a new, entry-level position here at DDG.

Your work will touch all three major functions within DDG:  Research & Analytics, Modeling, and List management. 

You will learn how we turn raw data from surveys, our massive consumer databases, transactional data, and first-party data sources into business intelligence. 


Are you ready for a challenge?

No two days are ever alike here; you’ll be working on different aspects of research, marketing science, and data science every day.

Are you ready to see how real market research is done?

Then come out to the datadecisions group booth and let’s discuss this exciting position.

See you there!

Ready to get started today? Submit your contact information to get the ball rolling on your internship now.

Dino Fire
Dino Fire
Dino Fire

Dino serves as President, Market Research & Data Science. Dino seeks the answers to questions and predictions of consumer behavior. Previously, Dino served as Chief Science Officer at FGI Research and Analytics. He is our version of Curious George; constantly seeking a different perspective on a business opportunity — new product design, needs-based segmentation. If you can write an algorithm for it, Dino will become engaged. Dino spent almost a decade at Arbitron/Nielsen in his formative years. Dino holds a BA from Kent State and an MS from Northwestern. Dino seems to have a passion for all numeric expressions.