Panel and research technology specialist Vision Critical has relocated to larger premises in central London following a year in which turnover increased by 66% and staff numbers were up 30%.
In London, Vision Critical now employs 53 people - up from just 30 at the beginning of 2012 - and the new office at Hatfields near Blackfriars Bridge will accommodate up to one hundred.
Neil Davy and Marcus Hallam have been appointed as Vice Presidents of Business Development, jointly heading the European Key Accounts team. Davy joined last year from Hall & Partners, prior to which he worked at Synovate and Research International; while Hallam previously served as European Business Development Director at Market Probe, and held roles at Nielsen/Netratings, Dow Jones and CNBC.
Eric Dingman joined the firm in London at the end of last year as President of International Business, having previously worked at brand strategy agency Transgressive X, EMI Music, and briefly at Kantar.
Mike Stevens, MD of Vision Critical UK, said that having attracted 'top research talent' to the London team, more appointments will be announced over the coming months.
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