Market Data Retrieval Expands with Acquisition of Quality Education Data

February 2009
Educational Marketer;2/16/2009, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p2
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the acquisition of Market Data Retrieval (MDR), a direct sales and marketing database company with Quality Education Data Inc. (QED). It states that the two firms have been engaged in library and education markets and have conducted custom market research on usage trends and educator preference patterns on behalf of industry clients. It says that the merger will expand the capability of the two firms in offering marketing solutions like the enhanced focus group options.


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