Researcher (Advertising and Marketing)

The role of a researcher differs depending on what industry you’re looking at – but what connects researchers from across industries is a thirst for knowledge and an insatiable interest in what drives people. They are brought on board to provide in-depth research into a particular brief, whether that’s for a shoe brand, soft drink or dating app. This can be done in a number of ways, including interviews or workshops, and often involves travelling to get closer to a target audience or demographic. Getting beneath the surface, a researcher’s findings help to create an authentic picture of what’s really going on within a client’s chosen landscape, and help inform an overarching strategy, creative direction and marketing plan.

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