VIGA Names Peter Flower as General Manager

by | Apr 5, 2018

VIGA, the Next15 data collection agency, announced the appointment of Peter Flower as General Manager. Flower will report into Global CEO, Lewis Reeves, and will head up the European offices, based in London. The appointment comes as the company, with offices in the UK and the US, reaches the milestone of 50 employees globally.

Having joined VIGA following launch in 2016 as Director of Operations, in his new role Flower (pictured) will focus on further developing its offering of proprietary tech solutions delivered by research specialists to organizations in a time-sensitive, cost-effective way.

Flower commented: “I’m excited to lead VIGA into the next stage of development at such a pivotal time. With compressed delivery timelines and continuing strain on budgets, our blend of proprietary technology solutions and direct access to our research operations specialists in London and the US has enabled us to support our clients on a wide variety of projects.” He added: “The entire team are looking forward to further expansion this year as we continue to enhance both our technology and service model, embracing the impact technology is having on our industry whilst providing quality solutions to the marketplace.”

Reeves added: “Empowering great talent with freedom and responsibility is absolutely key to our continued success at VIGA, Pete is a great example of this and is very well set to guide the European business through its next phase of development.

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