ampersand research is an independent market research agency based in Nottingham and jointly owned and managed by Mark Lasbury & Sarah Jones. In 2015 they were awarded Best New Agency by the Market Research Society, and in December 2019 they were Highly Commended by the Association of Qualitative Research (AQR) for their Qualitative Excellence Award submission.
Mark & Sarah created ampersand research with the simple aim of providing considered research delivered with a fantastic customer experience.
Over 40 years' combined experience in the research industry brings expert knowledge across a wide range of research methodologies and techniques.
ampersand research works with clients to understand the voice and opinions of customers, potential customers, employees and stakeholders to inform business strategy and make evidence based decisions.
They pride themselves on their enthusiasm to create the & factor.
The ampersand research way of working
& smart thinking - we get enthused by research & we really think about it!
All avenues are explored, all questions are answered and all areas covered with our considered approach to your research brief
& director led - we are experienced researchers & we love our job!
Director presence at all stages of the project cycle means you can be assured that that research is in experienced hands
& focus you deserve - we champion research & give each project our full attention
Working on only a manageable number of projects allows us thinking space to distil findings into clear, actionable and most importantly, meaningful insights
& results driven - we get excited by research & we want you to be too!
We want you to walk away from the project inspired by the results, enthused by the debrief and invigorated and ready to take on the actions from the findings
& beyond the brief - research is part of our lives & we immerse ourselves in it!
Throughout the project life we absorb ourselves in your product or service. We try it, we do it, we watch it, we live it, allowing for deeper analysis and considered findings