BritainThinks in the news.
Details of Viki Cooke's presentation for the Institute for Government can be found here.
BritainThinks' eBay win creates a stir in the trade press:
BritainThinks' Director Deborah Mattinson discussing the phone hacking scandal and its impact on public opinion:
EBAY CHOOSES BRITAINTHINKS FOR EUROPEAN REPUTATION TRACKING RESEARCH
eBay has commissioned research and strategy agency, BritainThinks, to conduct quarterly reputation tracking in the UK, Germany and France to inform and evaluate their communications strategy.
Vanessa Canzini, Head of European Corporate Communications for eBay, said: "With the help of BritainThinks we have enhanced our approach for measuring our reputation to give us greater understanding and insight. The research has become central to our strategic thinking and how we hold ourselves to account through target setting."
BritainThinks Director, Viki Cooke said "We are delighted to be continuing our partnership with eBay as they seek to improve their already excellent reputation among consumers."
For further information contact: Viki Cooke on 0207 845 5880.
On 3 & 4 November 2010, BritainThinks reconvened its Citizens Jury for PWC to discuss their reactions to the Spending Review announcement, consider how well it had met their criteria for spending cuts and to look in detail at two specific areas of policy – educational reform and user charging.
Watch the film here:
Listen to Owen Jones talking about our class study on Laurie Taylor's Thinking Allowed programme on BBC Radio 4:
More on our working class study in Sunday Times:
BritainThinks' new research project causes a stir in the trade press: