Hannah Crayk


As a consultant, Hannah has responsibility for all stages of the research process from set up, design, management, analysis and reporting. She delivers both quantitative and qualitative research studies to clients across the globe.

Hannah’s analytical mind helps her to produce data that is accessible and valid, and her eye for detail enables her to review that data, and identify key patterns and trends. Her problem solving and lateral thinking skills help her to imaginatively overcome barriers on the projects she is managing.
During her time with Morris Hargreaves McIntyre, Hannah has worked closely with wildlife and cultural organisations to help evaluate their audience development strategies from many different view points using a variety of different research methodologies, such as Chester Zoo, Biaza, BFI, National Gallery and Qatar Museums Authority. She is also responsible for developing Tate’s research panel.

Prior to joining Morris Hargreaves McIntyre, Hannah worked for the market research company Heist, conducting research with young people for higher education clients. Hannah also worked for the North West Regional Development Agency, researching foreign investment into the North West. When Hannah finds a spare moment she likes to create interesting cushions with the help of her sewing machine. She also likes to keep up with the music scene in Manchester by attending as many gigs as possible.

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Knowsley Safari

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National Gallery

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Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

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British Film Institute

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Wildlife Audience Atlas

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Western Australian Museum

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Identifying the market for Islands at Chester Zoo

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Zoos and wildlife attractions

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Finding an audience for The Postal Museum

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Canterbury Museum