Curiosity boost for SurveyMonkey

The shift to more business-to-business sales has been a boost to SurveyMonkey’s Dublin office as more functions have been added

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
20th October, 2019
Leela Srinivasan of Survey Monkey Pic: Bryan Meade

Leela Srinivasan wants to change how people think about SurveyMonkey. The Scotswoman is chief marketing officer at a business that has significant brand recognition, but has also struggled to make people realise the depth of what it does.

SurveyMonkey is an online service for questionnaires and surveys. The cloud-based service offers free access to its basic offering and more detailed data analytics tools for businesses.

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