Online Insight forums

In April 2020 the IMA introduced the online Insight forums to enable Insight leaders to take part in best practice discussions when it wasn’t convenient to meet each other in person.

The online forums run for two hours and provide an opportunity to listen to bite-sized thought leadership and participate in discussions wth other leaders, as a group and in break out rooms. There are no suppliers present, only corporate Insight leaders.

The online forums have proved extremely popular with global organisations such as Amazon and Unilever taking part. They now form a core part of the IMA’s programme with 9 online forums planned for 2022:

Wednesday 19th January (10am-12pm)

Wednesday 16th February (10am-12pm)

Wednesday 16th March (10am-12pm)

Wednesday 11th May (10am-12pm)

Wednesday 8th June (10am-12pm)

Wednesday 20th July (10am-12pm)

Wednesday 14th September (10am-12pm)

Wednesday 12th October (10am-12pm)

Wednesday 23rd November (10am-12pm)

The first forum is on Wednesday 19th January, 10am-12pm, and the topic will be 'Prioritising Insight team work and time'. Please register if you are the senior Insight leader representing an IMA member or if you lead an Insight team in an organisation that is not a member but you're interested in joining.

 

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Organisations represented at Insight forums in 2021

Abcam

Abellio (Scotrail)

ActionAid

Alexion Pharmaceutical

Amara

Amazon

Asda

ASOS

Audible

Aviva

Axa

B&Q

Barclays

Barnett Waddingham LLP

Boots

British Gas

British Heart Foundation

British Standards Institution

Building Research Establishment

Bupa

Carlsberg

Carnival

Central England Co-operative

City & Guilds Group

Close Brothers

Co-operative Group

Coca-Cola European Partners

Colart

Coventry Building Society

Danone

Deliveroo

Direct Wines

Dow Jones

eBay

Formula 1

Futures Housing Group

Gamesys

Grant Thornton

Greene King

Guide Dogs for the Blind

Highways England

Hiscox Insurance

HM Land Registry

HM Revenue and Customs

HSBC

Ideagen

Innocent Drinks

John Lewis Partnership

Just Eat

Kraft Heinz

Legal & General

Leonard Cheshire

Lloyds Banking Group

Lucozade Ribena Suntory

Mars

Marston's

Matalan

McCormick's

McDonald's Restaurants

Met Office

N. Brown

National Grid

Nationwide Building Society

NatWest

NBC Universal

NEC Group

Nestle

News UK

NFU Mutual

OneFamily

Oxford University Press

Peloton

Philip Morris International

Pizza Express

Rightmove

Saga

Sainsbury's

Santander

SC Johnson Professional

Simplyhealth

Sky

Sofology

Sony Pictures Television

Spire Healthcare

Sport England

Sport Wales

Springer Nature

St. James's Place Wealth Management

Talk Talk

Teenage Cancer Trust

Tesco

Transport for Greater Manchester

Transport for London

Travelers

TSB Bank

Unilever

Virgin Media

Virgin Money

Vodafone

Vue Entertainment

Western Union

Which?

Whitbread

Wilko

William Hill

Yodel