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Research Partnership hires Graphic Designer to create storytelling deliverables

Research Partnership has extended its healthcare research and consulting offering to include storytelling deliverables with the hire of multi-media graphic designer Amanda Brent at the company’s London headquarters. Working with Research Partnership’s Marketing Director Julie Denny and Market Research Directors across the company’s UK, US and Asia offices, Brent is creating animation, videos, infographics and other multi-media outputs using a range of data visualisation techniques to communicate the key findings from research.

Commenting on Amanda’s engagement, co-founder Mary Assimakopoulos said, “We all now have to deal with an overwhelming amount of information on a daily basis. Storytelling is recognised as a powerful method for sharing insights in market research. The outputs that Amanda helps us produce provide a means of delivering the story in a way that improves understanding and engages audiences across the clients’ business.”

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9th February 2016

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