Exciting News! Fabric Learning and BMG Research announce a new partnership.

We’ve got some exciting news to share with you all!

We have formed a working partnership with BMG Research, who are based in Birmingham and conduct in-depth research into market, customer and employee insights, public and business perception surveys.

BMG work with some fantastic clients such as University of London, the House of Commons, Suffolk County Council, the Welsh Government and the Open University to name just a few. They were established in 1988 and in that time have grown into an organisation with a trained and managed field force, a UK contact centre and over 100 research executives, managers and directors.

Here’s some more information directly from them;

BMG Research has been supporting businesses across the public and private sector for more than 15 years to improve employee engagement to drive organisational success.   
We partner with our clients for the long term and deliver measurable improvements to their business. We have a proven ability of increasing employee engagement by more than 10% points through effective research and surveysdata analytics and bench-marking solutions,consultation and action planning, and learning and development coaching. 
We have worked with more than 50 organisations in the last 4 years alone to help them engage and listen to their staff, to understand how their organisation works, and to implement effective change and improvement.  

Fabric Learning have been asked to work alongside BMG so that both can now offer their existing and potential clients a full experience from initial employee and business research through to the provision of world class learning and development programmes and solutions.

Research Director Jenna Allen said, “We are very excited to welcome on board our new learning and development delivery partner, Fabric Learning. This partnership means that we can both offer a full service to our clients from collecting feedback from employees, identifying the priorities for change and improvement, and then supporting businesses to implement the solutions.” 

If you’d like to know more about what BMG do please take a look at their website http://www.bmgresearch.co.uk/

Exciting times ahead and we’ve already started to engage with clients. If you’d like to know more please don’t hesitate to get in touch at steve@fabriclearning.com


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