Tim heads up nfpSynergy’s tracking research with professional audiences. These include MPs, Peers, journalists, healthcare professionals and grant makers. His recent reports have covered topics such as nine tactics for charities to consider ahead of the next election, how charity lobbying compares with corporate lobbying and how charities should engage with the Scottish independence debate. Before joining nfpSynergy, Tim worked for three years at an international market research firm that specialised in applying research methods from political campaigns to the corporate sector.
With all the technology we have at our disposal, what place does the humble, traditional press release have in the modern world? Well, according to journalists, a pretty fundamental one. This may seem surprising, particularly given the movement of media content to online platforms, but of the 163 journalists who took part in market research […]