On 29th June we held our annual company away day, one of the few days a year the entire team gets together to share all our exciting company news and triumphs over the last 12 months.
As a new member to the AQR I was intrigued to attend my first breakfast bites session. I know how to do infographics right? Yes, I have the basic skills but I was eager to do some fine tuning and meet some new faces.
We are proud of Leeds. It’s a city on the up and is where our company was founded.
And we’ve not forgotten our roots.
We feel it is important to ‘give something back’ to the city and support local community projects. Trinity McQueen has recently joined Leeds Community Foundation and we’re delighted to be new members of the 100 Club.
We’d just bought our first home. After nearly 6 months of trawling through Rightmove, organising viewings, filling out endless paperwork, a gazumping and then getting chucked out of our rented flat as the Estate Agent failed to sign a vital piece of paperwork (that’s a story for another time) the last thing we wanted to do was faff around with finding a new energy supplier.
UK – Strategic insight agency, Trinity McQueen has announced its latest financial performance, showing double-digit growth of 10% YOY, for the 3rd consecutive year, following its MBO in 2013. Sales rose to £4.92 million in the 12 months, ending September 2016.
There is a shift occurring. Put a stethoscope to your TV screen, your radio and your thumb-worn print magazines. They need help. Because attitudes towards traditional media channels and the brands that lead them have changed. Consumers’ lifestyles have changed. They want everything and they want it now, something we delved into in our recent Audiences Unbound study.
Okay so the title may be slightly misleading. This isn’t about Tinder (and it has even less to do with a well-known Jackson 5 song).
I recently attended &more, a MRS conference for young researchers.
Whatever your interests, there is a blog for you. I love lifting weights, and can credit blogs as the source of my obsession.
Bloggers can attract large followings and a celebrity-like status. It is therefore unsurprising that brands are increasingly working with them to harness their influence over consumers.
What better way to kick off the day than reading about Britain’s biggest 100 brands, as part of the latest issue of the Grocer.
Whilst sipping a coffee from the local Pret and waiting for my Oat So Simple to heat up, my attention was drawn to lots of familiar brand names in the top 100.
21 March 2017 – YouTube tops the list of media brands people feel most positively about, according to a new study from researcher Trinity McQueen that explores the future of media consumption among an audience who are moving away from traditional media channels.