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LONDON, UK, October 03, 2008 /24-7PressRelease/ -- fhios, a leading international customer experience research consultancy, based in London, have developed an internship programme, primarily aimed at postgraduate students who are in the process of completing, or have completed their studies. The objectives of this programme are to strengthen links with academia and industry, and to allow students to gain valuable work experience within the emerging and rapidly growing customer experience and insight industry.
Founded in 2002, fhios have successfully conducted over 400 customer experience and usability research projects across over 35 countries, covering areas such as usability, eye tracking, concept testing, brand perception and competitive benchmarking for clients such as HSBC, Harvey Nichols, Diageo, Motorola, Hilton, The London Stock Exchange and Orange, fhios is providing several paid internship placements per year, full-time or part-time at 2-3 months per placement.
The fhios Internship Programme is lead by Dr. Martin Hicks Ph.D. MSc. BSc (Hons.), fhios Senior Research Consultant who is responsible for developing programme partnerships with universities offering customer experience or Human Computer Interaction (HCI) related courses. Currently, fhios is supporting a doctoral training programme with the University of Nottingham.
Please contact Dr Martin Hicks via firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
fhios (www.fhios.com) is a leading international customer experience research consultancy that was founded in 2002 and have successfully conducted over 400 customer experience and usability research projects across over 35 countries, with many brand perception, customer segmentation, concept & design validation, competitive benchmarking, online communities and user needs projects to provides its clients such as Harvey Nichols, Diageo, Habitat, HSBC, Motorola, Hilton and Shell/Ferrari with the insight to understand customers needs, goals, expectations, behaviours and experience levels when they engage with them and their competitors.
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