Verve, experts in culture, communities, and smart digital insight, have appointed seven graduates to its rolling-entry graduate scheme as the company continues its focus on the development of talent across all levels of the business.
Based out of the firm’s Manchester hub are Maggie Kilbride-Singh, Saskia Racke, Jacob Barns and Rachel Hughes, whilst William Wallis, Jade Isaacs and Aynish Mahmood.
All will be trained across Verve’s core insight function as well as broader research specialties, including behavioral science, semiotics, culture and trends, UX and social intelligence – which form part of the recently launched ignite@VERVE.
The new recruits join a program with success measured by the likes of Tomi Durosinmi who was recently awarded AURA’s Individual Impact (Agency) Award 2022 and is a finalist for the MRS Young Researcher of the Year 2022. Alongside this, Danny Vio was a finalist for this year's AQR Parker Prize for Emerging Talent and ignite@VERVE’ s Kim Howard was named as a finalist for AURA’s Most Inspiring Speaker 2022.
CEO and Founder Andrew Cooper, comments “We’re hugely proud of our team at Verve and delighted to see some individuals being recognized for that by the industry this year. We’ll continue to focus our efforts on creating the very best career development opportunities across all areas of the business as part of our ambition of energizing insight for our clients, our people and the industry as a whole”