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OnePoll Expands London and Bristol Teams

June 16 2022

UK-based MR agency OnePoll has appointed Amy Price as Research Manager, while making five other hires across its London and Bristol offices, and promoting two researchers in Bristol.

Amy PriceEstablished in 2003, OnePoll delivers MR consultancy, data visualization and storytelling and audience-ready insights to global brands and start-ups. Price (pictured) joins after fifteen years at Mintel, latterly as Senior Food and Drink Analyst. In her new role she will lead the London Research team, joined by Senior Research Executive Sarah Fisher, who previously worked at Ipsos Mori; and Research Executive Evie Hutchinson, a Social Research Masters Graduate with previous experience working at Chess Engage.

In Bristol, the firm has appointed three Graduate Research Executives - Rebecca Wells, who previously served as Online Features Editor at Exeposé; Economics graduate Hannah England; and Miranda Cundall, who has a degree in Politics and International Relations. Separately, OnePoll has promoted Bristol team members Harry Grove to Research Director, and Courtney Townsend to Research Manager.

Head of Research Mark Hodson comments: 'Our new hires are already proving to be a great asset to OnePoll, helping the business to achieve growth objectives and underpinning our core mission to be a genuine insight extension to brands and agencies alike. Despite a challenging two years which includes a tricky recruitment market, we have brought great skill, passion and inspiration to the business and it's wonderful to see our talented team grow and thrive with the support of the talent development initiatives we have in place'.

Web site: www.onepoll.com .

All articles 2006-22 written and edited by Mel Crowther and/or Nick Thomas unless otherwise stated.

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