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Information is Everywhere

BIG, the Business Intelligence Group, in conjunction with the ICG, is hosting its second Northern forum of 2013 in Manchester on 5th June. The event, entitled ‘Look underneath your nose’, is all about using a little bit of imagination and insider know-how to get a head start on your research requirements.

B2B Intl Confirmed At IDM 2012 Business Marketing Conference

The 9th IDM Business Marketing Conference: New world, new values, new customer rules
The role of marketing in driving the business, and the need to have nailed down a robust and well thought out business strategy to underpin your marketing, has never been greater. To achieve results and demonstrate their impact

Securing customers for life: a one-day conference

B2B International is pleased to announce Loyalty Beyond Reason – an interactive one-day conference featuring some of the world’s leading speakers on customer experience and loyalty.
Joining B2B International on the day will be highly regarded industry experts Chris Daffy, Jane Schofield and Tim Poyntz, who along with a number of guest speakers, will

B2B Research – Where is the Market Going?

 Nick Hague from B2B International will be one of the panelists for the first BIG Northern Forum on the 30th September 2010. This is the first time that the forum meeting will have been held outside London and will take the form of a Question Time type panel discussion looking at business to

Proud to Sponsor the Two Cities Boat Race

It may not be quite as high profile an event as the Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race, but make no mistake – for the staff and students of the Universities of Salford and Manchester, their annual boat race at Salford Quays is an important date on the calendar. Rivalry and rowing aside,

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B2B illustrated a clear understanding of the project, offered proactive advice as to how we could use the information, and importantly, came across as people we felt could work well with and trust to get the job done.

Baker Tilly

The research was thoroughly conducted and all the project objectives were exceedingly met.