Red Brick Research
An innovative and growing market research consultancy on a mission to inspire smarter, faster and better decision making.
Since 2007 our unique blend of powerful analytics and in-depth insight have delivered impact for more than 200 clients.
We help launch new products, improve profitability, establish new markets and reshape winning brands.
It takes all sorts
A great research team need to bring together a diverse range of skills, aptitudes, experiences and quirks.
It may be a cliché to say that our people are our biggest asset, but it’s also true.
From our most seasoned consultant to our most junior exec., our focus is on promoting a positive team culture and a strong ethos of collaboration, professional pride and client empathy.
Our clients rely not only on our skills as researchers, but on our ability to understand their business context quickly, and deliver strategic insight and recommendations that are relevant and genuinely powerful.
We seek out and actively recruit the most interesting, culturally engaged and open-minded individuals to join our team.
The nature of our work means that raw brain power is an absolute pre-requisite so we often target top universities, but the capacity for empathy and human insight is what often identifies a potential superstar.
Great research requires a real mix of skills and so we frequently recruit from engineering, legal and humanities backgrounds, as well as the social and statistical sciences.
I’ve never worked in such a supportive environment before… my ideas can actually make a difference and I learn so much every day.
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The range of interests, hobbies and passions within our team means there’s always a quirky local event to sponsor, or a fun run to get involved in.
As a company we have a long-term commitment to Tree of Hope, a charity based in our home town of Tunbridge Wells, that works to support families of sick children in the UK and Ireland who need specialist medical surgery, treatment, therapy and equipment.
You can find out more about the work of this very special charity by visiting the Tree of Hope website.