Anja Chemnitz Thygesen

Anja Chemnitz Thygesen has spent most of her professional life working with information research. She started in Danish-based management consulting companies and learned the importance of trustworthy research and how to ensure that output is always of the highest standard. By the time she started her company ACT in 2012, she had been involved in countless strategy project and commercial due diligence processes.

Anja specialises in Scandinavian business research and works for local and international clients. She is an active member of OneAnswer (pan-European network of business researchers) and the AIIP (Association of Independent Information Professionals).

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Jinfo Subscription Reflecting on the FreePint Topic Series "News, and Other Commodities"
Wednesday, 6th January 2016

As the FreePint Topic Series "News, and Other Commodities" reaches its conclusion, co-producer Anja Thygesen looks back over the series and highlights some of the key articles, market landscapes and reviews on subjects from increasing use of video to sources in emerging economies and how best to switch from one essential news product to another. She also considers research findings in areas from news preferences, to private company information, and usage of web content for business decisions.


Jinfo Subscription A Framework for Evaluating Sources
Wednesday, 30th December 2015

Irene Koren and Anja Thygesen provide detailed guidance and useful tool for evaluating sources. They identify five criteria which should be carefully examined in order to rate a source for factors such as quality, currency and bias.


Jinfo Subscription Finding and Using Macroeconomic Data
Friday, 11th December 2015

Professional business researcher Anja Thygesen describes the most common macroeconomic figures and briefly explains why we work with them. She highlights her preferred options from the wealth of sources for macroeconomic figures, as well as identifying the macroeconomic figures she uses most often. Sources covered include national banks, regional sources, and subscription databases - such as EIU, Consensus Economics, Oxford Economics and IHS Global Insights.


Jinfo Blog "News, and Other Commodities" - a Thorough Look at Premium Sources
Tuesday, 27th October 2015

Series co-producer, Anja Thygesen, reviews content published recently in the FreePint Topic Series "News, and Other Commodities" as well as what's upcoming. If you're interested in sources covering business, company, financial, industry and people research, find out more and register to ensure you receive regular Topic Series updates.


Jinfo Blog Intellectual Property Protection in a Digital World
Wednesday, 7th October 2015

Co-producer of the the FreePint Topic Series "All About Usage - From Content Sharing to Data Mining", Anja Thygesen, reflects on the latest FreePint reports and articles in the series and how they shed light on the complex subject of protecting intellectual property.


Jinfo Blog Articulating Authentication, Access and Usage Challenges
Wednesday, 2nd September 2015

Controlling access to premium subscription resources, authentication methods and preferences are under the spotlight in the FreePint Topic Series "All About Usage - From Content Sharing to Data Mining". Find out more from Anja Thygesen, series co-producer.


Jinfo Blog All About Usage - from Authentication to Licensing
Tuesday, 4th August 2015

Anja Thygesen, co-producer of the FreePint Topic Series "All About Usage - From Content Sharing to Data Mining", provides an update on articles and webinars to date - and a taste of the reviews, articles and Community of Practice events coming up.


Jinfo Subscription Database Development from a User Perspective
Friday, 17th July 2015

Co-producer of the FreePint Topic Series "All About Usage - From Content Sharing to Data Mining", Anja Thygesen, looks at the transformation of information databases over the last 30 years. She highlights advances such as automated indexing, speech to text, Google-like search, and the rise of the end-user researcher. Anja explains what this means for information professionals in terms of training, complex searching and database selection - and what actions they should take.


Jinfo Blog My Favourite Tipples from a Scandinavian Information Specialist
Wednesday, 8th July 2015

My Favourite Tipples are shared by Anja Thygesen, independent Scandinavian business research specialist. She shares her favourite online resources in areas from statistics and company information to satirical cartoons.


Jinfo Blog Honing Your Research Presentation
Tuesday, 3rd February 2015

Anja Thygesen considers three essential questions when taking on a research project - and explains why a project cannot be properly framed unless you have identified the level of analysis required and end use.


Jinfo Subscription Presenting Research Results
Friday, 23rd January 2015

Business researcher Anja Thygesen explains how to ensure your research results are presented in a way that suits your audience and the intended use of the research. She provides guidance on tackling data visualisation through everyday tools such PowerPoint and Excel - and how to go the extra mile to ensure customer satisfaction.


Jinfo Blog Conducting Corporate Research in Scandinavia
Friday, 28th November 2014

Scandinavian business information specialist Anja Thygesen introduces how best to research small and large companies and provides examples and tips when researching Denmark.


Jinfo Subscription Insider Knowledge - Researching Scandinavia
Tuesday, 25th November 2014

Scandinavian business information specialist Anja Thygesen shares her expertise on researching Sweden, Denmark and Norway. She covers areas from cultural differences to company structures and highlights key sources of information published in local languages and in English.


Jinfo Blog Evaluating Researchers: Developing a Skills Matrix [ABSTRACT]
Friday, 1st February 2008

We probably all have an idea of what a good researcher is capable of doing and what kind of skills that person possesses. We also know when we provide good quality and what kind of skills we use when doing this - or do we?


Jinfo Subscription Evaluating Researchers: Developing a Skills Matrix
Friday, 1st February 2008

We probably all have an idea of what a good researcher is capable of doing and what kind of skills that person possesses. We also know when we provide good quality and what kind of skills we use when doing this - or do we?


Jinfo Blog Doing Research in a Foreign Language Market: Tips and Techniques
Saturday, 1st September 2007

Conducting research in another language can be tricky, especially if you speak only your mother tongue. Being a native Danish speaker with knowledge of English, French, German and Portuguese, I have the advantage of understanding written information in Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Swedish and Norwegian. Still, I often struggle when it comes to specialised topics in which I may only know the business terms in either Danish or English. This article outlines some of the lessons I have learned from researching in foreign language markets.


Jinfo Subscription Doing Research in a Foreign Language Market: Tips and Techniques
Saturday, 1st September 2007

Conducting research in another language can be tricky, especially if you speak only your mother tongue. Being a native Danish speaker with knowledge of English, French, German and Portuguese, I have the advantage of understanding written information in Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Swedish and Norwegian. Still, I often struggle when it comes to specialised topics in which I may only know the business terms in either Danish or English. This article outlines some of the lessons I have learned from researching in foreign language markets.


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