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Richard Alvin

Richard Alvin Executive Chairman

Our multi-award winning company founder is one of the UKs leading specialist in the small and media business sector. A regular media commentator he knows how important insight is to a business

Claire Oakley

Claire Oakley Managing Director

With over 20 years business research experience Claire has spent the past five years driving Trends Research to be the leading specialist in research with the UKs small and medium sized business sector

Julia Darby

Julia Darby Client Manager

Having worked for Trends Research and in the UK SME business research sector since passing her MBA. Julia brings to our clients in-depth specialist knowledge to achieve their aims

Sarah Hamblin

Sarah Hamblin Research Analyst

An analyst with over 12 years Market Research Association experience providing quantitive research with a depth of field data which enables clients to guarantee media coverage in all of the UKs leading media outlets

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Our work in the news:

Using mobile phone

UK consumers green about environmental impact of Tech

UK consumers are ‘green’ about the environmental damage caused by the constant ‘upgrading’ of tech products, according to new research.

Commuters at London Liverpool Street

Brits still love the office, but want one closer to home post covid

New research from has revealed commuting is the biggest barrier to the return to office life post-Covid, with only 8% of Brits now prepared to travel more than an hour to get to work.

Working from home

New research has revealed that 52% of Brits are happy to continue working from home for as long as is required.

However, some 37% admit that they are starting to feel the pressure and 6% admit to already finding this new way of life a struggle.  Moneypenny, the outsourced communications provider, polled 2,000 UK workers, who are currently all working from home, to reveal how they are tackling bringing their work