Bee Industrious the market research and insights specialist based in Manchester, with offices in Lagos (Nigeria) and New York have been shortlisted for the highly coveted Skills for Business Awards Outstanding Innovation of the Year Award.
The Skills for Business Awards are now in their fourth year and continue to go from strength to strength. The Awards recognise and celebrate the direct impact learning has on businesses, individuals and communities in Greater Manchester.
The Skills for Business Awards, in association with Pearson, are being hosted by a partnership of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Manchester Learning Provider Network.
Nick Richardson Managing Director of Bee Industrious comments,
“We are extremely honoured to have been shortlisted for this coveted award. Innovation is at the core of everything we do at Bee Industrious, and to be recognised for the innovations which we are bringing to the market is a great recognition all of the work which the team have been doing in the last few months”
Bee Industrious were shortlisted for the development of their own database and online portal which provides clients with access to real-time data which they launched under their Kids Insights (www.kidsinsights.co.uk) brand last month.
“As Tony Wilson once famously said – we do things differently in Manchester, and that is very much in our DNA. We believe that the old format of market reports is out of date for the needs of modern day marketers. Our reports are designed to be dynamic identifying both global and flash trends quickly to enable marketers to capitalise on opportunities”
Bee Industrious is enjoying a stellar start since launching earlier this year, with it providing research and insights services to brands such as Quintessential Brands, SuperAwesome, National Food & Skills Academy and the International Trade Council. It was also last month announced as finalist in the 2017 Venturefest Showcase Awards which will take place at the Bridgwater Hall later this month, and was chosen to take part in the acclaimed NatWest backed Entrepreneurial Spark Programme.
"As Tony Wilson once famously said we do things differently in Manchester, and that is very much in our DNA"
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