MMC Research & Marketing was commissioned to carry out due diligence with existing customers of a software solution to inform a risk assessment ahead of its potential acquisition.
We’re proud of the work that we do and the testimonials we receive from our clients. In fact, much of our work is repeat business from existing clients, or client referrals, which we think speaks volumes.
In its role as the independent local champion for people who use health and social care services, Healthwatch South Tyneside commissioned MMC Research & Marketing to survey residents of South Tyneside. The aim of the market research, was to develop an...
MMC conducted in-depth, qualitative research interviews Northumberland College and Hartlepool Sixth Form’s key stakeholders to find out what they thought of the college group’s strategic objectives and to feed into future plans.
The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent government mandate to institute home working wherever possible, and adopt different safe systems of working when this was not possible, resulted in immediate and large-scale changes in working practices amongst Bernicia staff.
Across the North East, there is a reassuring determination to reduce the rates of suicide, and we, at MMC Research & Marketing, were commissioned to support on a Sector Led Improvement project focussed on Suicide Prevention.
Sunderland Business Improvement District is a business led, working partnership with various city stakeholders, with one clear vision – to create a vibrant city centre and opportunities for everyone. Since 2014, the BID has invested more than £3m into Sunderland city centre.
Owben is an electrical and mechanical engineering contractor based in the North East. A highly experienced team, they specialise in electrical mechanical installation and fabrication, commercial and industrial electrical installation and technical engineering.
The aim of the research carried out by MMC was to help Nexus, the Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Executive (TWPTE), shape the future North East Transport Plan by achieving a consensus between key stakeholders – North East Local Authority Leaders and Chief Executives.
The aim of the project was to conduct research on behalf of the Vibrancy Group, a group of key stakeholders who promote Sunderland as a better place to live and work, to find out if local residents still read Vibe Magazine which they produce quarterly.