iGen Insight continues to grow

Published on: 22nd September 2016

To support iGen’s continued growth within the kids, youth and family research arena, the company has announced new team changes.

William-Brown-480iGen welcomes new Insight assistant, William Brown, who joins as a recent psychology graduate from the University of Bath, which included work experience at creative agencies, Iris and Alexander Mann. As part of his degree, William worked alongside Dr Keon West at Goldsmith’s College, co-authoring a paper exploring the negative effects that media exposure can have on attitudes towards a number of minority groups.

William commented: “I’m very excited to be part of this growing agency. I’m looking forward to carrying out innovative research, as well as learning from the highly experienced and reputable team.”

Claire Milner, formerly Insight manager, has also been appointed as associate director for iGen Insight. This follows the recent announcement of Maxine Fox’s appointment to managing director earlier in the year.

Maxine added: “This promotion builds on iGen’s continued success and underpins Claire’s senior role within the iGen family, as both our quantitative specialist but also supporting new business growth.”


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