What we do

We help our clients to build their presence among markets, influencers and communities – by creating compelling, research based thought leadership content.

For example, we were asked by a major UK IT services company to write two white paper reports focused on mutualisation of government services and digital by default.

Based on primary research and market analysis we authored two reports for the client. Following the publication of the reports we also chaired a discussion at Civil Service Live and gave a presentation of the reports’ key conclusions at a major industry event.

But we don’t just write reports. We also create events (workshops, conferences, debates) to enhance wider thought leadership programs. We create web and social media assets and we create video content featuring subject matter experts.

We create compelling content around a myriad of technology topics: digital government, public policy, cross-platform development, CRM, mobility, smart cities.  Our content is based on subject matter understanding, research expertise and superb editorial skills.

Public Policy

We specialise in working with clients to produce well-researched, thought-provoking public policy content. Whether you want to start a debate, engage customers, influence decision-makers or explore an issue impacting your company, Quadriga Consulting has the research experience and presentation skills to make your project effective.

Quadriga Consulting’s team contains experienced, knowledgeable researchers, with a track record in politics and public affairs.  We’ll conduct primary and secondary research, designing surveys and polls to uncover new information, as well as finding and understanding the most relevant existing information.   

We write engaging, carefully evidenced policy papers, which add weight and influence to your ideas or clarify thinking about major themes affecting your organisation.  Our team has mastered the detail around big issues to produce clear, concise, highly readable documents for leading think tanks, corporations and political campaigns. Continue reading “Public Policy”

Overview Video

Quadriga Consulting specialises in researched editorial: helping clients build communities of interest based on research and issue-focused content.

The video provides a good overview of what we do and how we do it.


Quadriga Consulting specialises in marketing research, marketing strategy and marketing communications.

We tend to operate in the following key client sectors:

  • Information Technology
  • Cyber Security
  • Mobile Technology
  • Professional Services
  • Telecommunications
  • Digital Government and Democracy

Typically we work with our clients to better understand their target markets, channels or customer communities. Then we construct content and communications programs to improve market positioning, create new business relationships or expand into new markets.

We operate in international markets and our client list includes early, mid-stage and large clients.


GDPR Seminar, Equiniti

Quadriga Consulting client, Equiniti, is holding a seminar called, ‘Protecting Your Integrity and Getting Value from GDPR’ on 2 June 2017 at The Titanic, Belfast, Northern Ireland from 09.30am – 2.00pm. BBC journalist Karen Patterson will be hosting the day with speakers from the Information Commissioners Office, Northern Ireland; Bill McCluggage, Digital Leader and CIO/CTO; …

Achieving Digital Transformation of Local Government

At our workshop in London a few weeks ago we asked Abigail Gilbert of think-tank NLGN and Stephen Morgan of Squiz to discuss how digital initiatives might work to enhance public service provision. Abigail and Stephen chatted about how authorities are engaging, increasingly with platforms and smart city infrastructure to improve things – with a …

Citizen Generated Mapping

London, 11th April, 2017 – An online survey of UK local authorities is being undertaken by UK based research firm Quadriga Consulting. The survey is attempting to paint a more detailed picture of the types of citizen reported location data being utilized by local authorities. Anecdotal evidence suggests that local authorities across the UK are …