We are delighted to announce that Tim Yates has joined the Trajectory Partnership. Tim's background includes BMRB, Millward Brown and the Future Foundation where he was the Head of Quantitative Analysis.
Tim Yates joins the Trajectory Partnership
Today The Trajectory Partnership announce that Tim Yates has joined their quantitative analysis and forecasting team as an associate. Tim joins from the Future Foundation where he joined as an analyst and latterly was their Head of Quantitative Analysis. Initially Tim will focus on developing global and regional forecasts for the United Nations World Tourism Organisation.
Paul Flatters, Managing Partner of Trajectory commented: “Trajectory relies on access to solid evidence and excellent analysis. From the start we knew that we wanted to give clients credible quantitative forecasts alongside our broader advice on trends. With Chris Farmelo and Tim Yates we have a very strong offer from pricing advice through to market sizing and forecasting. It’s great to have him on board”
Tim also previously worked at Millward Brown and BMRB and has developed strong links with the Institute of Social and Economic Research and the British Household Panel Survey.
Chris Farmelo, Partner of Trajectory commented: ‘It’s great to have Tim on the team, we have worked together for a number of years now and he has always been a great force in challenging orthodoxies and looking for better solutions to problems. Tim’s background gives him a real interest in how different types of research can be blended to provide forecasts that reflect ‘real-life’ rather than simply past-experience. It’s great to be working together again.
Tim Yates commented: ‘Trajectory have got some cracking projects at the moment, working alongside Chris on the global forecasts for the United Nations World Tourism Organisation is brilliant – the project is important, complicated and high profile, this is the sort of work that you look forward to.
The Trajectory Partnership was set up in September last year by Michael Willmott, Chris Farmelo and Paul Flatters. Clients include John Lewis, Waitrose, The United Nations World Tourism Organisation, The Young Foundation, Historic Royal Palaces and Virgin Leisure.