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Trinity McQueen Continues Rapid Rise

February 8 2016

UK-based full service research agency Trinity McQueen has announced another year of double-digit growth, with turnover up 13 percent to £4.48m in the 12 months ending September 2015. The firm also has eight new recruits.

Anna CliffeThe result represents a slight slowing after a 17% increase the previous year, but once again puts the agency among the UK's fastest-growing. The current name was adopted just over eighteen months ago when the company rebranded from Brass Insight.

Trinity McQueen, whose key areas include brand, media and communications research, and retail and shopper, has recently made a number of strategic hires in London and Leeds. Bo Cartwright, formerly an AD at Sparkler and former Bright Blue exec Fiona Pannell join in London, as does graduate Katie Grundy; while in Leeds the new additions include Roseann Smith, formerly Research Director at RDSi, and Becci Toone, previously a Research Analyst at Yorkshire Bank. Joanna Wilson-Brown, Gabriel O'Connell and Phillipa Toon have also joined the Leeds office.

Joint MD Anna Cliffe (pictured) says the company is 'incredibly proud' of its sustained growth in both locations, and comments: 'Recently we've seen greater uptake in our customer closeness programmes, communities and bespoke tracking research as clients look to integrate their Big Data with deep customer insight and understanding. The sector remains dynamic with calls for new skills and capabilities. We're investing in both our solutions and our people to ensure we continue to build a vibrant and innovative agency that is fit for the future'.

Web site: www.trinitymcqueen.com .

All articles 2006-20 written and edited by Mel Crowther and/or Nick Thomas unless otherwise stated.

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