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The world is changing!

And it continues to do so at an increasingly fast rate, particularly with everything going on at the moment!

More of our experiences are moving online. We’re working remotely more, we’re shopping online more, we’re speaking to our friends and family through video calls more. It’s clear that the boundaries between online and offline experience are more blurred than they have ever been.

Here at Station10, we’ve always believed that understanding data means understanding people. For the last ten years, we’ve been taking this data and translating it into usable insights for businesses.

But as things continue to change, we want to take this to the next level. As we look ahead to the future, our aim is to decode customers, businesses and society in order to unearth valuable insights and create positive change.

Our journey began back in 2011 with the launch of Station10, named after the alias given to Bletchley Park, home of the famous WW2 codebreakers. Like them, we are obsessed with taking large amount of unintelligible data and decoding this to crack seemingly impossible problems. Whilst we don’t have a secret base, we still feel an affinity to these incredible codebreakers and often think about the positive change they made to the world through their problem solving.

Our new branding is:

  • Bold and bright like the people we work with.
  • Clear and simple, just like the data insights we work tirelessly to provide to our customers.
  • Varied and full of colour like the society we live within, and it contains some surprises waiting to be unlocked to pay homage to Bletchley Park and its codebreakers.

We love it, and we’re excited to show you more, take a look around our site:

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Join us next week for our ‘Activation and Optimisation for a new First-Party Data world – click here to reserve your space.

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