DJS Research Ltd Welcome Charlotte Sykes

14th October 2011 17:05

DJS Research Ltd are pleased to welcome Charlotte Sykes as the newest member of the research team. Charlotte joins the DJS team with a degree in English and French from The University of Oxford, supported by an MBA. She specialises in both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, and previous roles in marketing have furnished her with detailed and specialist insight in the media, advertising and PR industries. On joining DJS, Charlotte felt optimistic about the new opportunity:

“I’m really looking forward to working with a new team in such a dynamic and fast-growing agency. In a recession market research is more important than ever for companies looking to invest in new or different ventures, and information on consumer attitudes and customer advocacy is at a premium. I feel DJS is on course to be at the forefront of these services in the future and I’m greatly looking forward to being part of the team.”

Danny Sims, Managing Director of DJS Research Ltd, feels adding Charlotte to the team is a further example of DJS Research’s growing ambitions in the north of England:

“I think Charlotte’s an excellent addition to what is already a strong research team at DJS. All our researchers have areas in which they specialise. As an agency we’ve passed the point at which we have a high level of competence in every sector, and we’re moving towards having cross-sector speciality and a real excellence in terms of our researchers’ knowledge base and industry expertise.”

He added:

“Charlotte joining the team is also a demonstration of the year on year growth we have experienced at DJS, and it is telling that she had to compete against numerous other candidates when applying for the position. For our part, we feel we have acquired a fantastic new member of the team and we’re very much looking forward to having Charlotte in the office!” 

Charlotte joins DJS as a Research Executive and has already begun work on several projects, providing support and assistance to Associate Director, Kate Slater.

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