Media About TMS30X30
Are medical aids offering less value for money?
PRETORIA – Very few South Africans who get medical aid are aware of the true benefits of their plans, let alone the complexities of reimbursement rates, waiting periods, self-payment gaps and co-payments. This is according to TMS30X30, which has done research on some of South Africa’s leading medical aid schemes.
TMS30X30 shares interesting insights on doing business in the Joburg CBD
TMS30x30,a fully integrated digital and traditional market research firm, embarked on a research project earlier this year to better understand the businesses situated in the Johannesburg CBD. The goal of the research was to understand the banking and business behaviour of businesses operating in the CBD.
Government dangles carrot to boost savings – The Citizen 08 October 2012
As promised in the budget speech in February this year, National Treasury has published a discussion document on proposals for a non-retirement savings product, which is supported by tax incentives. Petar Soldo, director of TMS30X30, a research company with extensive knowledge in the financial services industry, says the company has seen from research in the past that incentives such as those proposed by Treasury do not have the desired outcome
Published Research – What business women want – 17 September 2012
During the course of women’s month, TMS30X30, a fully integrated digital and traditional market research firm, conducted research on women in business and their needs in the banking industry. Surveying a group of 800 female business owners in South Africa, the research focused on the SME (Small Medium Enterprise) market. “Approximately 42% of SMEs in South Africa are owned by females, a figure which at a glance may seem encouraging. However, in the past 5 years this figure has remained largely unchanged, a clear indicator perhaps that more needs to be done by industry and government’s effort to encourage female entrepreneurship.” says Petar Soldo, Director of TMS30x30 South Africa.
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Sanlam business partners Entrepreneur of the year awards 2013
The Technology Top 100
In 2011, Thirty by Thirty was to be profiled as a finalist in all categories of competition in the Technology Top 100 awards. This programme is run by the department of Science and Technology. In addition to be selected as a finalist in each of the categories, Thirty by Thirty was selected as the winner of the award, “Excellence in the management of People”. Since we pride ourselves as being a ‘people business’, this was of tremendous reward to us.
Management of Innovation – Finalist TT100 Management of Research – Finalist TT100 Management of People – Winner TT100 Management of Systems – Finalist TT100 Management of Technology – Finalist TT100
For the official TT100 website please click here
An argument against IVR Research? Corporate Executive Board 2008
In 2008, Thirty by Thirty together with long standing client, Momentum Life, examined the efficacy of IVR research in large contact centres with interesting results. To view the case study click here
Timothy Matthis, after meeting current QuizNite business partner Thomas Maydon [featured in September 11 FM Campus] through friends, has quickly moved on to devote more time to his brainchild, dubbed Thirty by Thirty (30×30). For more information click here