The Visitor Studies Group: Championing excellent visitor experiences

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December socials!

We are planning two festive social events in December, one in London and one in Glasgow.  We would love to see you at either, or both!   Glasgow, 1st December Come along to Brewdog (1397 Argyle St) at 6pm for a wee drink and some friendly visitor studies chat.   Kelvin Hall is just around the cornerMore

Social event in London!

Join VSG committee members to catch up on all things visitor studies over a drink or two.  Find out what others are up to and share questions, thoughts and experiences on research and evaluation, or anything else that’s on your mind.  Plus we’ll be chatting about our 2017 conference theme, hot off the press! When:More

Masterclass places available

**Booking for this event is now closed – please keep an eye out for more masterclasses in the future** The Visitor Studies Group is running a special masterclass with Lisa Baxter (founder of The Experience Business) July 7th, 10.00 – 16.30 at the National Railway Museum (York).  Perfect for those with experience in visitor researchMore

Open call for Committee Member and Helper

  Please note that the deadline for expressing interest is Friday 17th June. We are looking to recruit one new Member and one new Helper to our committee . Are you who is passionate about visitor studies and audience research?  Would you like to help us champion visitor studies as a force for evidence-based decision-making toMore

Conference Keynote Speakers

Conference Keynote Speakers

We are delighted to welcome two keynote speakers to this years’ conference who can open up the discussion on how we turn audience research into action. Lamia Dabboussy is Head of Audience Planning and Brand Insight at the BBC and Esme Ward is Head of Learning and Engagement at The Whitworth and Manchester Museum atMore

Conference 2016

Conference 2016

The programme is now out and bookings open for our VISITOR STUDIES GROUP CONFERENCE 2016 which will be held on 16th and 17th March 2016 at the Royal Geographical Society, London. The theme for the conference is “Visitor Studies: It’s what you do with it!” How can visitor studies have real impact? How does visitor research influence decisionsMore

Measuring Impact?

Measuring Impact?

Are you facing calls for evidence of impact from your project stakeholders? Two sessions on day two of our conference (5 March) will explore how visitor studies is adapting to the needs of the sector, including the demands of its funders. Christopher Whitby (Science Museum) and Dr Effrosyni Nomikou (King’s College London) will draw onMore