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Happy New Year

2020 was tough for all, but we hope 2021 offers some brighter news.

13th January 2021

I think we can now say there is a new meaning to "surviving the first work week of the year" after the 2020 we had. Close to mastering wfh, we all miss the office environment (although not the commute so much). We've tackled a global pandemic, home-schooling and ever-growing supermarket queues.

Geolytix has already had an exciting start to the year by welcoming Kate to the team. Kate will be joining us in the role of Communication Officer which will partly involve managing our blog and social media to keep you all updated with everything Data & MAPP as well as launching our monthly newsletter.

We are incredibly excited to dive into the new year to see what this wild and wacky world has in store this time round. We will continue to bring innovative ideas to our clients to help their businesses optimise their store and online networks through Location Planning, Network Strategy, New Store Forecasting, Estate Optimisation using GeoData and MAPP.

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