Directory of SRA members - Research services
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I have been in roles in and around the Community and Voluntary Sector for a number of years, with a particular interest in the monitoring and evaluation of local services and projects. I am currently doing a master’s degree in research at the University of Brighton (MRes), where I am looking at the the ‘data burden’ CVS organisations can be placed under by multiple funders seeking evaluative data. I have a particular interest in health and social care, mental health, homelessness and local not-for-profit infrastructure.
In a nutshell, I thrive on understanding opinions, brands, culture and they way we interact with them. People-centric ways of thinking drive me and I am always interested in how the mind works, and how this knowledge can be leveraged in terms of branding and customer experience.
In my current position with Tokyoesque, we connect European and Japanese business through timely, need-to-know research and reporting which can add value to our client’s business. We have completed a number of projects in conjunction with other insight agencies, as well as directly for end users across multiple sectors.
Clients include Dentsu, NRG (previously Nielsen), Spotify and Booking.com. A lot of our current focus is on delivering intelligence relating to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and we are also passionate about facilitating opportunities for startups. So please contact me if you are an entrepreneur looking to expand into Asia – we are experienced in making connections and conducting need-to-know research that will lead your business in a positive direction for growth.
Stephen is a senior advisor to the cultural, creative and tech industries.
Specialising in strategy, policy and economic analysis for the film, games, music and arts sectors, Stephen has over ten years of practitioner and consulting experience as a public servant, as an independent consultant and as a project manager.
Stephen is a manager at the international consultancy Nordicity, and advisor to the Mayor of London’s London Music Board, the Raze Collective and London Queer Spaces Network, and the UK Music fiscal incentives committee.
He is an adjudicator for FACTOR (Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings), BreakOut West and SaskMusic, and a business mentor for Bootstrap-Peabody Enterprise Bootcamp. He has served as a broadcast expert witness at the Senate of Canada, as vice-chair and trustee of London-based charity Rowan Arts, and as social media ambassador for Hootsuite UK.
Select clients include:
* Arts Council England
* Bristol Bottle Yard Studios
* British Council
* British Film Institute (BFI)
* Bootstrap Company
* Canadian Heritage (PCH)
* Canadian Independent Music Association (CIMA)
* Creative Scotland
* Department for Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS)
* Department of Canadian Heritage (PCH)
* European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)
* Greater London Authority (GLA) & Mayor of London
* Harrow Council
* Information Communications Technology Council (ICTC)
* Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation
* Manitoba Music
* Music/Musique NB
* Music PEI
* New Media Manitoba
* On Screen Manitoba
* PRS for Music Foundation
* Screen Yorkshire
* Southwark Studios
* UK Theatre & Society of London Theatre (SOLT)
* V&A Museum
* Welsh Government
Professional areas of interest include:
* Economic and social impact analyses
* Programme and project evaluations
* International benchmarking
* Strategy development
To find refuge from his love of cities, culture and urban development, Stephen is an active cyclist, runner, canoer and outdoors enthusiast.