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					We are proud to continue our support of the Market Research Benevolent Association
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								Our company is a proud member of the Market Research Benevolent Association (MRBA) ' the market research industry's independent, registered charity, and we are thrilled to be in a position to continue supporting the charity as a sponsor in 2021. 
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					40 more years of loyalty from DJS staff!
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					Join our growing team! Four exciting new job opportunities at DJS Research
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					2205 miles covered for our Get up and Go Challenge 2021!
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					We have been selected for the Network Rail Insight Framework!
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								Following a multi-stage tendering process, we are delighted to announce that DJS Research has been awarded a contract to provide Network Rail with market research services. 			 			We will undertake market research for Network Rail in two lots: Quantitative and Qualitative Primary Market Research and Commercial Market Intelligence, including a range of services:			 			bull; B2C/B2B/CX 			bull; Employee engagement 			bull; Comms development  evaluation 			bull; Brand reputation 			bull; Stakeholder engagement including journalists and politicians			bull; Mystery shopping 			bull; Pedestrian counting 			bull; Behaviour change 			bull; Segmentation 			bull; Public health and safety 			 			Network Rail owns, operates and develops Britain's railway infrastructure, managing 20 of the UK's largest stations and responsible for 20,000 miles of track. It has a vision to put its passengers and freight users first and be a company that people are proud to work for. Now working within a new structure, it is committed to being more responsive to train operators, passengers and freight users.			 			Elliot Simmonds, Research Director at DJS Research, said of the successful framework bid:			 			"Being one of only a handful of agencies appointed to Network Rail's insight framework for the coming years is a testament to our continued desire to work with clients who are leading the way in innovation and meeting the challenges of the future head on. Network Rail's vision of putting passengers first is something that chimed immediately with us at DJS, and it is a vision we are looking forward to working with them towards. We're very proud to be on this journey with them.'			 			This is the most recent in a number of framework successes including WRAP and Cadent. 			 	Get more DJS News: 	2021 off to a great start as we welcome eight new staff!	 	40 more decades of loyalty from DJS staff!	 	Reframing project management ' a person centred approach.
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					2021 off to a great start as we welcome eight new staff!
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					Reframing project management – a person centred approach.
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											But what do you actually do?			At this point in a normal year, you'd find me steeling myself for a season of awkward gatherings. Smiling patiently while distant and aged relatives perform their annual interrogation:
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					Jack went to Poland: What I did with my DJS volunteering day...
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							 	 	 	 	 	 	 	 	Written by Jack Watson, Research Manager	 	For nine months in 2016, I lived and worked in Poland completing something known then as European Voluntary Service (EVS). The programme is little-known in the UK, but enables all young people legally resident in Europe, aged between 18 and 30, to carry out an international volunteer service for NGOs, charities, or public bodies for a period ranging from two to 12 months. The only other prerequisite is that the volunteering must be done outside of your home nation. 	 	Before starting my research career, I wanted to live somewhere outside of the UK and this provided a unique opportunity to come into contact with a different culture and acquire new skills and abilities that would be useful for my personal and professional growth upon my return. I jumped at the chance then to go and live with four other volunteers from France, Portugal and Macedonia, where we worked in a local volunteer centre in the city of Kielce.  		 	As well as being involved in the organisation of 'International Evenings' that brought together volunteers, local students and Erasmus students, I ran weekly workshops in Communicative English and a Current Affairs discussion through a programme called Przystanek M?odych, or 'Bus Stop for Youth', which provided a free learning platform for local residents in our city, and visited local schools and universities for cultural exchange sessions and discussions on the value of volunteer work. A proudest achievement was organising a 'Human Library', where people were 'books' that you could rent out for 15-minute discussions about anything and everything to do with that person, hopefully broadening the minds of those who came along to talk and learn.	 	Earlier this year, before the nationwide lockdown, I was invited to return to Poland to attend a week-long conference and evaluation meeting alongside other former-volunteers because in 2018, the EVS programme was replaced by something new, called European Solidarity Corps (ESC). The overall aims of the week were to think about how better to promote ESC projects amongst young people and how to encourage and prepare volunteers to participate in them. Once a volunteer arrives, it can sometimes feel like quite a daunting experience to be dropped in an entirely different country, so we also discussed how to manage a group of international volunteers well and how to maintain motivation and commitment to these longer-term projects. 	 	An amazing thing about working at DJS Research is that they provide you with one day a year to volunteer for something close to your heart. My nine months in Poland were a very formative experience for me and helped shape my openness and tolerance to anyone and everyone, so I was delighted to be able to use this volunteer day (alongside some annual leave!) to head back to Kielce and discuss the merits of the programme amongst like-minded people. I'm sure everyone at DJS Research is excited to be able to use their volunteer day in the coming months as the world starts to open up a bit more; I was just lucky enough to be able to use mine right before lockdown began!	 	It also felt important for me to attend the conference because the UK's participation in these multinational projects is under threat as they are partly funded by Erasmus, a scheme which might end in the UK when the transition period of leaving the EU is over. COVID-19 has obviously thrown another small spanner in the works with regards to international travel but I wanted to write this blog post to highlight the fact that free travel and work opportunities are still available.  		 	If you have siblings, nieces, nephews, children who are unsure of their next steps... If you personally feel like a completely new and different challenge, then take a look at what alternative options are available to you. Living in Poland changed my outlook on life. Although I had free accommodation and local travel, I survived (and thrived) on euro;180 each month and met some lifelong friends who still today remain important people in my life. Every volunteer project is different, read up about them, find something you love the sound of and apply! There are short-term projects available through the ESC programme too for those who feel more constrained by time. It's a big world out there; we should definitely take the opportunity to explore it!	Get more DJS News: 	Our contribution during the Covid-19 crisis	 	Confirmation Bias, Market Research and Dominic Cummings	 	Searching for meaning: a tongue in cheek look at trends on Trends
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					Review of the year 2020: it's been a very different year!
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					DJS Research - Review of the Year 2019
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					Fundraising in the age of Covid-19: Our 25 on the 25th Challenge for the Thomas Theyer Foundation
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					Unwrapping Christmas retail for the fashion sector
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					We've been awarded the WRAP qualitative services contract!
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							 			We are delighted to announce, that following a two-stage tendering process, DJS Research has been awarded a sole supplier contract to provide WRAP (Waste  Resources Action Programme) with qualitative research services. Over the next three years we will be collaborating with WRAP, and their partners, across all WRAP's priority areas, specifically:
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					Well done Alex for completing the 2020 Virgin Money London Marathon!
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								It's been a year like no other - with restrictions and closures and life as we knew it being turned on its head due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Many events have been postponed and live sport has been hugely affected - but earlier this month, the most famous marathon in the world finally got underway...
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					We're Hiring! We have two new positions at our growing agency
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					We are pleased to announce the promotion of Elliot Simmonds to Research Director
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					Words to live by? How the language we speak influences our behaviour
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								Written by Elliot Simmonds, Research Director. Email Elliot or comment on LinkedIn.			 						 						It's an oft-repeated notion that Eskimos have 50 words for snow. The truth of this is debatable and I'm no linguist. Still, the idea, right or wrong, raises some questions. Does the place we live influence the language we speak? Beyond that, does the language we speak influence the way we think, and does the way we speak impact how we act?
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					We are recruiting again!
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					Our contribution during the Covid-19 crisis
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					Confirmation Bias, Market Research and Dominic Cummings
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								Written by Alasdair Gleed, Research Director. Email Alasdair
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