Holiday Trends 2020
Our free annual report on the state of the UK holiday market is now available.Read more
In the digital age we are gifted with a nearly unending stream of data. However, this wealth of data can pose a variety of different challenges for business managers. For some, the amount of data is so vast it seems impossible to make sense of it. For others, it may seem that the relevant data is unavailable and that such data as can be accessed isn’t adding value.
Whether it’s harnessing the power of Big Data, predictive modelling to guide business decisions, integrating data from a variety of sources or processing your data to provide a new level of insight, our team of data scientists is on hand to help.
The data your business holds can be one of your major assets, if only you can unlock the insight hidden within. Intelligent utilisation of data can give you the edge over your competitors. Our experience will allow you to transform your data into meaningful and actionable information.
We have a number of tools at our disposal, for such as predictive analytics, data mining and a range of automated and online reporting. We also have years of hard earned experience and the understanding to build and deliver solutions tailored to your particular needs.
Ruth WattsData Science
Ruth uses techniques ranging from key driver analysis to econometric modelling, quantifying customer perceptions and feelings and translating these into strategies that will drive growth. The results have been used with great success to guide business decisions at both operational and strategic firstname.lastname@example.org
Matthew PetrieData Science
Matthew is a highly experienced researcher whose work has spanned the sectors of media, hospitality, consumer products, policy and arts & culture. Matthew has directed innovative research focusing on digital engagement and also specializes in keenly understanding the impact of technology on his clients’ businesses and advising them on maximizing its potential to achieve their goals.View Matthew's opinion email@example.com
Anette LilesData Science
Anette is a highly skilled researcher with 20 years of qualitative and quantitative experience both in-house and on the client side. Her specialist knowledge includes travel/hotels, technology, media, designing and conducting research studies to evaluate brand strategy, positioning, content and creative firstname.lastname@example.org
29th Jun 2020
BVA BDRC Asia undertook a survey of consumers in Singapore to assess the ways in which lockdown has changed consumer behaviour, but more importantly the economic impact on households.Read more
9th Jun 2020
Using BVA BDRC's Covid-19 consumer tracking study, CEO, Cris Tarrant looks at the implications for the UK hotel sector and how it might emerge from lockdown.Read more
1st May 2020
Communications at a time like this are absolutely critical – and as we’ve seen with some government efforts, a confusing or poorly received message can be disastrous.Read more
22nd Apr 2020
Using data from our BVA BDRC Covid-19 tracker, as well as current thinking from marketing experts, we have spelled out below our 7 reasons to continue advertising at a time when it seems most tempting to cut marketing spend to the bone.Read more
21st Apr 2020
The Coronavirus pandemic has, of course, affected the great majority of landlords. We undertook 850 interviews for our latest Landlords Panel research in partnership with the National Residential Landlords Association, revealing the nature and scale of the impact.Read more
27th Mar 2020
The virtual doors have opened for some of our favourite visitor attractions as their physical doors have closed. Audiences can now explore and enjoy these attractions from the comfort of their own homeRead more
27th Mar 2020
The hotel sector has never seen anything like this before. As a result, owners and leaders are pretty much having to make it up as they go along and trust their instincts. Some are getting it right, others… well… are not.Read more
26th Mar 2020
Coronavirus is giving holiday makers and the tourism industry a real hammering. However, there is a way for the domestic tourism industry to get the British back on their feet again – and win hearts and minds to boot.Read more
12th Mar 2020
Hotels will never win back all their guests, as homestay is firmly established. But as with all industries that have disrupters come in and shake things up, there are lessons the sector can learn.Read more