Atomik Finance has become a more relevant research panel in the aftermath of the financial crisis. Personal and corporate finance is a focal issue in the media and many companies are looking to delve into the state of Britain’s finances in order to ascertain more information on how consumers use finance and how companies deliver it. We have a wide-range of demographics which are happy to answer questions on finance, revealing a tremendous amount of insight and grabbing the headlines.
Why Atomik Finance?
- Finance has become an increasingly relevant issue in the aftermath of the financial crisis.
- Media outlets are constantly on the lookout for news regarding personal or corporate finances, particularly research in relation to segregated demographics.
- Atomik Finance is a large and diverse panel willing to share their opinions on a range of topics.
National media outlets are always open to finance news. Most, if not all, newspapers feature a business section which is filled with finance news, and online and broadcast platforms are also particularly keen to hear about finance research.
Finance research frequently features on the broadcast news agenda. As an in-vogue topic, producers are always on the lookout for related news to add to their daily bulletins. What’s more, companies commissioning research will often have the chance to participate in longer features via interviews, expanding the brand’s reach.
There are several specialised online finance platforms constantly on the lookout for research based on personal and corporate finance. Many media platforms also use their online arms to extend their coverage of news items, which gives segmented research a broader appeal.
There are TV programmes in abundance with a need for finance news to fill schedules. Whether specialist or generic in nature, financial research is a focal topic which gains great exposure on the television.
Atomik Research – the creative market research people – has a strong PR and marketing background which enables us to formulate specialist PR surveys that provide vital news links for strong editorial features.
Become a panel member
We are always on the lookout for new members to add to our diverse and growing panel. There are ample opportunities to contribute to cutting-edge research. Rather than sit back and watch the news, you can be part of it by contributing to tailored projects on issues relating to your age, gender and demographic.