Hello Research

A simple Hello can lead to a million things

It all starts with ‘Hello’. Have you ever noticed how every conversation starts with Hello, whether it’s in person, on the phone or via email… Hello, or some form of Hello is generally the first word spoken and we’d love to say ‘Hello’ to you.

9th November, Not 9:11

An English - US oddity, and not the emergency contact number in the United States, however after today’s historic US election result I wonder how many voters might be tempted to call 911

Results, forecasts and exit polls, and no amount of research could have predicted the outcome... other than a 50-50 guess?

However the real celebration today, 9th November and back in the UK might not be the news about Trump, it could be the birthday celebrations for my business partner, my sister and my friend… Happy Birthday Julie. 

Having recently enjoyed looking back through old photographs I couldn’t resist the one below. Perhaps even then, and it was a lot of years ago, we knew at some point in our adult working life, we would be shoulder to shoulder, saying Hello… and asking ‘why’- obviously a favourite word of ours.

So while the American voters are tempted to call 911, we welcome your calls to say Hello. A simple Hello can lead million things