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Culture and Heritage Market Research

We have extensive experience of research across the culture and heritage sectors. Our team has worked with:

  • Cultural institutions, such as Royal Museums Greenwich, National Galleries of Scotland and the British Library.
  • Historic houses and preservation organisations including the National Trust, English Heritage and the National Archives.
  • Industry bodies such as the Collections Trust and the Strategic Content Alliance
  • Leading consultants to the sector including the Cultural Consulting Network and Flow Associates.

We’ve conducted thousands of interviews with audiences on site and online; and have worked with industry professionals on projects covering programme evaluation and policy development through to visitor profiling and audience perceptions research.

Our culture team have 25+ years' combined experience in the sector and we are members of the Museums Association and the Visitor Studies Group. Some of our recent culture and heritage clients include:

Culture and Collections Experience


Some recent clients have said...

"DJS exceeded our expectations throughout the project providing a flexible and genuinely efficient service. They clearly have expertise and were very happy to share it, always providing ideas about how we could meet our targets. In our view they provided value for money and needed virtually no management" Collections Trust

"DJS gave a rapid, honest and helpful response to our initial query, and then handled our research efficiently to deliver a very useful result. I would be happy to work with DJS again". Flow Associates

 

Please feel free to have a look at our culture and heritage sector insights and research findings which can be found here: Culture and Heritage Research Findings or for automatic updates follow our Culture and Heritage Twitter account: @DJS_Culture


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