Join Us

We are interested in original approaches to business and policy issues, and we work for both the private and the public sectors. We are keen on innovation, and the flat structure of the company ensures that new starters work on interesting and challenging projects from the outset.




We are looking for both graduates and consultants with a couple of years’ experience to join our growing team. The nature of the company means that the role can be adapted to your experience, giving you both the flexibility and support to progress in your role. You will have exposure to a variety of projects and big name clients from multinationals and government departments to trade bodies.

We are looking for bright and commercially aware graduates, as well as experienced hires (with a couple of years’ experience from a related field, or bright individuals looking for a career change), to join our friendly and intellectually curious team of Economists.

This exciting role will involve:
– Technical, quantitative work
– Qualitative background research and reading
– Report writing and client liaison
– Developing project methodologies
– Writing proposals and supporting on key projects

– 2:1 or 1st class degree (or equivalent) in a numerate discipline: Economics, Mathematics, PPE, as well as others will be considered
– Excellent research and analysis skills
– Strong command of written and spoken English
– Communication skills and commercial awareness

We offer a competitive remuneration package.
Please send your cv and a covering letter by email to Elaine Campling.

The deadline for applications to be considered is Monday 18th September. Interviews will take place in our Putney office mid-September. If you are selected for interview we will send a short written exercise for you do in advance for discussion during the interview.


Internships 2016/17

We offer short term internships every year for those interested in pursuing a career in the industry. Applications are currently closed but we will advertise here should we have a vacancy.

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