I’ve recently completed work experience at Breaking Blue, a market and social research agency, and thought I’d share some reflections on my first stint working in the industry.
It promises to be an exciting few weeks for Breaking Blue as the industry award season gets under way.
Our financial research specialists at Breaking Blue are finalists in 2 prestigious awards. Together with long-time partners SwissRe, we’re nominated for our ground-breaking insurance report Connecting Generations – Protecting Generations.
We’re thrilled to be finalists at the Wandsworth Business Awards this year, in the best SME category. The winners will be announced at a prestigious dinner in Roehampton on November 6th, where all the most successful and innovative companies in the borough will gather. Why us? Because we’re a local company punching above our weight…
We recently hosted our annual Breaking Blue bake-off at the Macmillan coffee morning (afternoon actually). There were some fantastic cakes on offer, all baked by the team, which resulted in a 4 way tie. Thanks to their efforts we raised £165 for our friends at Macmillan Cancer support.
Who am I?
My name is Freddie. I’m 17 and going into my final year of school, and I have to start applying to university soon. After a few long trips to university open days, I’ve decided that I want to study industrial economics
We’re proud to have conducted the customer research underpinning Swiss Re’s inaugural ‘Latin America Customer Report 2013: Capturing Future Opportunities’.
Our monthly team meeting offered a chance for the facially hirsute to parade their Movember moustaches to an adoring team. Whilst understandably proud of their growth, some had expressed discomfort in the whole ‘tache thing (strange looks, messy eating, uncontrollable itch etc), so here’s what happened when the wider team offered their support.
Never one to shy away from a challenge, Rachel took part in the Tough Mudder North West event in Cheshire earlier this month. As the name would imply it’s a tough event which takes place in mud. A fitness fanatic, Rachel completed the gruelling 11.5 mile course in under 3 hours finishing “somewhere near the front”. Here’s some photos of the WW1 inspired carnage!
Rachel, we salute you!