Martinolli, Marina

Marina Martinolli MSc

Research Project Manager
Research Project Manager in the Moffat Centre and has a Masters in Business Research Methods. She has over 15 year’s research consultancy experience, with extensive research proficiency in both quantitative analysis using Excel and Access and in qualitative research in case studies, focus groups and consultations.
She undertakes statistical analysis of data from over 700 Scottish visitor attractions on an annual and monthly basis, providing a unique insight into the visitor attraction sector in Scotland and the current trends in the sector. In addition Marina also undertakes projects with consultation elements (in-depth interviews; telephone and intercept surveys) such as Cairnsmore of Fleet and Merrick NNR (2008); Dams to Darnley Country Park Study and Burns Impact Assessment (2002-2006) and Freedom Festival in Hull (2008-2011). Marina has led on various economic impact analysis studies including the Homecoming 2014 Economic Impact Analysis for EventScotland and has analysed the contribution of the museums and galleries sector in Scotland towards the economy. She has undertaken a number of projects involving tailored consultation exercises (qualitative and quantitative) with community, public and private stakeholder interviews in person, by email and telephone.