Bee Industrious the market research and insights agency which launched earlier this year is celebrating a triumphant first quarter, which has seen the business win many major clients including leading kids’ digital platform SuperAwesome, National Food Skills Academy, Quintessential Brands and the International Trade Council.
The agency which provides market research and insight services to clients is headed by former MMU graduate Nick Richardson who moved back to his native Manchester to launch the agency late last year. The agency which is based in on Chester Street in the city centre has a core team of five, with an extended team of 40+ research specialists.
Nick Richardson, Managing Director commented,
“We have had a phenomenal response since we launched, and have been delighted to have been chosen by a number of international clients to assist them with their marketing research and insight requirements. We also have some very exciting plans for the future which we will be announcing in the coming months”
"We have had a phenomenal response since we launched, and have been delighted to have been chosen by a number of international clients to assist them with their research and insight requirements"
Bee Industrious have also recently announced the launch of a Nigerian office, which is a joint venture with the Richardson Group a well-respected professional supplier to the Oil & Gas industry in West Africa.
“Having spent a lot of time working in West Africa in the last 3 years I was acutely aware of the opportunity to assist companies in that region, initially in the Oil & Gas sectors. With Akin and his team on board we are well positioned to assist international clients who are looking to do business in a market which has significant potential”
The business is on track to achieve a first year’s turnover of £250,000. For further information on Bee Industrious visit www.beeindustrious.com
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