Sheffield-based research consultancy welcomes two new graduates to the team

new hires Emily Rimmer & Louis A Mitchell

Further expansion for Kada Research follows period of increased demand

Sheffield-based international research consultancy, KADA Research, has expanded its team with the appointment of two additional Research Consultants, with Emily Rimmer and Louis A Mitchell joining the business with immediate effect.

Both recent graduates of the University of Sheffield, the latest appointments follow a busy period of growth for Kada, which has significantly expanded its client base, and its project delivery capacity over the last 12 months.

Emily joins the business having recently completed her Education and Psychology postgraduate degree at the University of Sheffield and having achieved her BA in Sociology.

During her studies she volunteered as a tutor, helping those students most affected by the COVID school closures and acting as a mentor to help them adjust in their first years, and since joining KADA Emily has worked on several projects in the creative and cultural sector.

Louis also joins the business having graduated from the University of Sheffield, where he completed his Geography and Planning undergraduate degree, including a dissertation on the North-South divide.

Bringing skills in interviewing, data analysis and qualitative and quantitative research to the team, his focus is primarily on economic recovery programmes and evaluations.

Commenting on the two new hires, Karl Dalgleish, Director at Kada Research says: “At Kada we are very committed to continuing to support new talent entering the research industry, and very privileged to be in such proximity to two excellent universities which helps to nurture great candidates.

“In their short time with us Emily and Louis have both shown a real commitment to the work that we do, and we are delighted to have them onboard. Their contribution will prove invaluable as we continue to take on more economic and social research projects, both here in the UK and internationally.”

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