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Chief Client and Insights Officer


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11 Madison Ave. 12th Floor

New York City, New York 10010

United States

Company Description

TNS advises clients on specific growth strategies around new market entry, innovation, brand switching and stakeholder management, based on long-established expertise and market-leading solutions. With a presence in over 80 countries, TNS has more convers ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Regional Director

NFO Automotive

Managing Director

JapanTNS Infoplan


J.D. Power and Associates Inc

Marketing Executive

Toyota PLC


bachelor's degree

International Relations with a focus on Japanese economics and political science

Stanford University

Web References (33 Total References)

TNS announces new leadership roles across Asia Pacific | TNS Global [cached]

Chris Bonsi - Chief Client and Insights Officer, TNS Asia Pacific Chris is a forward-thinking leader, constantly seeking to innovate and take advantage of new technologies to increase the impact of TNS's work for clients. Chris will take on the new role of Chief Client and Insights Officer, Asia Pacific, responsible for ensuring that TNS teams deliver compelling insights to clients across the region. Chris has held senior roles in JD Power and across TNS, most recently as CEO TNS Greater China.

TNS Global Market Research | Japan Market Research [cached]

Chris Bonsi TNS-Infoplan

FT Business of Luxury Summit 2008 - Speakers [cached]

Mr Chris BonsiManaging Director, JapanTNS InfoplanChris Bonsi is the managing director for TNS Infoplan.He is responsible for the overall strategy and support for research, analysis, and consulting.His primary focus is ensuring TNS demonstrates tangible value and benefits to our clients.Mr Bonsi supports client service teams in delivering quality research that incorporate innovative designs tailored to client needs and ensuring actionable research outputs that provide return on investments to clients.Mr Bonsi has extensive research experience, having worked in Japan and the Asia Pacific region since 1995.He specializes in the areas of brand and stakeholder management research and has assisted global luxury brands develop strategies in key Asia Pacific markets for advertising, brand positioning, market entry, and distribution.

Prior to joining TNS, Mr Bonsi was a partner and director at J.D. Power and Associates.There, he led JD Power's expansion in the Asia Pacific region and established J.D. Power's office in Singapore where he managed the Asia Pacific business apart from Japan.
Previously, Mr Bonsi worked at Toyota Motor Corporation in the overseas marketing division in Tokyo and was responsible for supporting overseas distributors in Asia and Latin America with their sales and marketing programs.
Mr Bonsi graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor's degree in International Relations with a focus on Japanese economics and political science.

Vision 2015: Young India to Drive Growth [cached]

Dealers and end-consumers are the two main stakeholders in automotive business and a manufacturer's marketplace success is driven by its ability to motivate and manage expectations of both, observed Chris Bonsi, Regional Director, TNS Automotive, Singapore in his presentation at Business Session-I.He observed that automotive dealers form an integral link and are in a unique position from the standpoint of managing the end-customers, particularly during the sales and after-sales stages of the ownership experience. [cached]

In a statement on May 17, TNS Automotive regional director Chris Bonsi said Thailand, India, and China had recorded "phenomenal" industry growth in the automotive sector, as automotive companies were rated higher in regards to CSR than mature markets of the west.

"Consumers in these markets see automotive companies playing an integral role in the economic and social development of their country, (such as) generating jobs and improving quality of life," he said.
Meanwhile, it said Petronas ranked highest in Malaysia for CSR across all industries covered, as it was perceived as "creating job opportunities, supporting education by providing student scholarships and caring for the health and safety of its employees".
Shell ranked second followed by BP and ExxonMobil within the oil and gas industry.Within the automotive manufacturers, Perodua ranked highest, followed closely by Honda and Proton.
Bonsi said the governments of some emerging markets levied high taxes on the automotive sector without considering the jobs the sector created for people manufacturing, distributing, and servicing those products.

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