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BDS Marketing Research launch new website

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Clean and consistent navigation helps subdivide the work of BDS into three key streams

BDS Marketing Research, research specialists in minerals, heavy building materials, and waste, have launched a new company website. Designed and developed by QMJ marketing manager Dave Wright, the website boasts a clean and consistent navigation, helping to subdivide the work of BDS into three streams:

Intelligent Planning – BDS monitor planning activity for Great Britain, Northern Ireland, and Republic of Ireland and provide this information to clients via an annual planning subscription. BDS identify and report on planning schemes for various industry sectors including; Minerals, Asphalt, Concrete, Cementitious & Mortar, Waste Management, Retail (Food stores / Non-food stores) Leisure Facilities (sports pitches / MUGA facilities / golf courses, swimming pools), and Land Protection.

Intelligent Reports – BDS regularly publish industry-focused reports in addition to regional, sector, and market-specific bespoke reports. All BDS-published reports are displayed on the new BDS website and can be purchased by contacting the BDS team via the Contact Us webpage.

Intelligent Consultancy – BDS offer a bespoke consultancy service to support clients in meeting their operational and strategic objectives. Research undertaken by BDS includes both existing, new, and expanding sectors within the construction and waste industries. The BDS team can provide support with any research needs; simply call or send an email to discuss your requirements in more detail.

BDS research director Rachel Brooks commented: ‘We are very pleased to announce the launch of the new website. We believe it clearly identifies the BDS offering and we hope you enjoy finding out more about how best BDS can help you in the future.’

The new BDS website can be found at: www.bdsmarketing.co.uk

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