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MARKETING & INSIGHT

What We Do

We recruit the best data and analytics professionals into fulfilling Marketing and Insight positions.

We understand that marketing has shifted from a purely creative process, into a data-driven field that uses detailed analytics to determine the outcomes of campaigns, guide investment decisions and plan future customer targeting. 

Whether you need to enter new markets or re-energise existing ones, develop new propositions or improve customer experience, our Marketing & Insight team understand the importance of knowing your target audience. 

how We Do it

At Harnham, we strive to deliver an exceptional recruitment experience by listening to our customers. A key component to our success is our commitment to fully explore and appreciate the career aspirations of our candidates. 

Our experience has helped us to develop an in-depth knowledge of the marketplace and emerging trends, as well as the different types of organisation that we work with and their diverse requirements for Marketing & Insight skills.

Only then, once we have the full picture, are we able to deliver resourcing solutions that ensure the very best outcome for all the people we work with.



What sets us apart?

We place considerable emphasis on getting to know you, your motivations and your skills. 

We do this to ensure we only introduce you to companies that suit you. By taking the time to listen to and explore our clients’ briefs, we soon know whether candidates fit their culture or not.

As a genuine specialist in Marketing and Insight recruitment, we have developed long standing partnerships within the marketplace. These relationships allow us to provide our candidates with access to the best opportunities in the sector.

If you are looking for that next career step in marketing analysis or customer insights, let us help you find it.


As working from home becomes ever more common, you can now search Remote Marketing and Insight Jobs.

Latest Jobs

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£80000 - £110000 per annum + bonus and benefits

Location

Brighton, East Sussex

Description

A marketplace based in Brighton are looking for a Head of Analytics - £110,000

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£50000 - £55000 per annum + bonus and benefits

Location

London

Description

A global data consultancy are seeking a new Research Manager.

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£50000 - £65000 per annum

Location

London

Description

PRODUCT MANAGER LONDON UP TO £65,000 Start-up FinTech in the wealth management space with a rapdily growing customer base are looking for a Product Manager.

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£40000 - £50000 per annum

Location

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Description

This is an exciting opportunity for commercially minded insight analyst to join an Ecommerce tech brand for students

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£65000 - £75000 per annum + bonus and benefits

Location

London

Description

A high growth FinTech are seeking a Senior Marketing Manager to market to funds and help grow the business.

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£150000 - £170000 per annum + Equity + Bonus

Location

London

Description

Exclusively partnering with this company, we are offering a great opportunity to join a leading AI SaaS solution provider.

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£30000 - £40000 per annum

Location

London

Description

This company is a leading communications and insights consultancy operating across many sectors, such as healthcare, PR, pharma and more.

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£30000 - £35000 per annum

Location

London

Description

The company are looking to drive their commercial performance with a skilled Commercial Analyst at the forefront.

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£300 - £400 per day

Location

England

Description

Pricing Analyst - FMCG - £300-£400 per day - Remote

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£60000 - £70000 per annum + Benefits

Location

London

Description

As an Associate Director, you will be working with large, global FMCG brands that are proud to own some of the world's best products in the market.

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£60000 - £70000 per annum

Location

London

Description

This company is looking for an experienced associate director to help drive the commercial strategy team.

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£35000 - £75000 per annum + bonus and benefits

Location

City of London, London

Description

We're working with a niche analytics consultancy who are looking for a Lead Consultant - £70,000.

Harnham blog & news

With over 10 years experience working solely in the Data & Analytics sector our consultants are able to offer detailed insights into the industry.

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Product Management: Quels Sont Les Outils À Utiliser Au Quotidien?

Lorsque nous parlons d'outils en Product Management, nous faisons généralement référence aux quelques outils standard que la plupart des chefs de produit utilisent quotidiennement. Ces outils de gestion de produits incluent généralement des logiciels d'analyse, des outils de tracking et des logiciels pour la roadmap produit. En plus de recueillir des informations sur les produits, de suivre le backlog et d'examiner la roadmap, il existe de nombreux autres outils. En tant que recruteur à Harnham spécialisé en Product Management, voici une liste d'outils pour vous aider à exceller dans votre rôle. Outils de gestion de projet  Les logiciels de gestion de projet d'aujourd'hui sont beaucoup plus robustes et offrent un moyen simplifié de suivre et de documenter en détail. À l'aide d'une application Web telle que Trello, par exemple, vous pouvez suivre et partager divers éléments avec les membres de l'équipe concernés en regroupant ces éléments dans des tableaux faciles à visualiser. D'autres outils de gestion de projet populaires incluent Microsoft Project, que les équipes organisent généralement au format de diagramme de Gantt, et Jira, qui est souvent configuré comme un outil de suivi des problèmes moins visuel. Outils de communication et messagerie  Lorsque le développement de votre produit, vous aurez besoin d'un moyen de communication simple et immédiat, que vous pourrez enregistrer et suivre dans le temps. Il existe de nombreux outils simples basés sur le cloud qui permettent ce type de communication d'équipe simple et centralisée. Slack et Atlassian's Confluence sont quelques-uns qui me viennent à l'esprit. Outils d'enquête client / Sondage Les outils de sondage Web comme SurveyMonkey ou Typeform, sont très utilisés. Ils ont l’avantage d’avoir des types de questions préformatées, de proposer des questions à choix multiples, des listes déroulantes ou simplement des champs de commentaires ouverts. La création d’un sondage est réalisée en quelques minutes. Vous pouvez ensuite envoyer le sondage à vos clients et suivre et analyser facilement les résultats. Petite astuce: Utilisez vos sondages avec parcimonie, afin de ne pas perturber votre base d'utilisateurs. Outils de suivi et d'analyse des utilisateurs Ces outils peuvent être des sources inestimables d'informations et de renseignements sur la façon dont les utilisateurs de votre logiciel ou les visiteurs de votre site Web interagissent réellement avec votre produit et votre contenu. Les outils intéressants à utiliser sont Pendo ou Amplitude par exemple.  En conclusion, le Product Manager dispose de nombreux outils à sa disposition pour gérer au mieux les différentes attentes à son sujet. Pour plus d’informations à ce sujet ou pour toute aide dans votre recherche de profils en Product Management, n’hésitez pas à me contacter ou visiter le site Harnham. 

Why Should You Care About Data-Driven Marketing?

Marketing has been undergoing a fundamental change for some time. Elite marketers have been rethinking and reiterating their strategies, using increasingly sophisticated data.  and this trend has been further accelerated by the pandemic. Consumer behaviour has changed significantly since the pandemic began. Between March and August 2020, 70 per cent of consumers tried new digital shopping channels. Such significant changes have rendered many existing data models invalid. Data-driven marketing offers new insights into consumer behaviour and can render huge impacts in refining and enhancing marketing strategies.  So, why should you care about data-driven marketing?  Offers better clarity about the target audience  67 per cent of lead marketers agree data-based decisions beat gut instinct. Data-driven marketing allows marketers to quickly filter through data and determine the most relevant and accurate action to take. With the right data, marketers can assess customer data to predict behaviours, identify buying patterns and spot emerging trends.  Data-driven marketing can also reveal new channels and open up new avenues which organisations can use to engage with audiences and increase revenue.  Increases revenue  The last 18 months have been tough for businesses, yet through the use of data insight, marketing teams have been able to get ahead of emerging trends. Data-driven campaigns have pushed significant customer acquisition. Better insight into consumers and the channels they use enables organisations to improve their marketing strategy. Indeed, companies that deploy data-driven marketing are six times more likely to remain profitable year-over-year, and 78 per cent of organisations agree that data-driven marketing increases customer acquisition. Personalisation In the modern world, advertising is everywhere, and it is endless; consumers see it on their phone, their TV and even on their way to work. Without target advertising campaigns, organisations risk aggravating consumers. 74 per cent of customers already feel frustrated by seeing irrelevant content from brands. To stand out, marketing channels have become more complex. Marketers need to remain creative to capture consumers attention and data driven marketing can help achieve this. Data-driven marketing allows businesses to target specific demographics and user groups at an individual level. By targeting specific user groups at an individual level, marketers are able to use personalised marketing campaigns to build stronger and more meaningful connections with potential customers. With individual customer information, brands can segment a target market and ensure personalised messages are falling into the right place. Data-driven marketing is also able to identify potential customer triggers and create a holistic view of the target audience. This style of personalised marketing campaign makes for a more positive customer experience, and therefore represents excellent return on investment. Data has the potential to become an incredibly valuable resource in marketing. Data soothes the pain points which many marketers face on a day-to-day basis, and help teams to refine, enhance and improve strategy. In a post-pandemic world, data-driven marketing will undoubtedly be essential. To stay competitive, internal marketing and insight teams need to start taking notice of data-driven marketing.  Here at Harnham, we understand the importance of data-driven marketing to determined campaigns and guide decisions. So, if you’re looking for your next opportunity or to build your Marketing & Insights team, we can help. Take a look at our latest opportunities or get in touch with one of our expert consultants to find out more.  

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