A word of advice:
This company is a revolving door, and a miserable place to work. Not a single person I worked with when I was there is still with the company. Most quit, some were fired. Almost no one stayed for more than a year. I got in an argument with my supervisor and the managing director and resigned.
Management stokes intra-office competition into a fury to motivate performance, but the unintended result, due to a lot of flawed products, is that they burn employees out quickly and create tension between coworkers. When I worked there, an employee was actually assaulted and hospitalized by a sales manager who'd been fired the same day (I swear this is true!). No one ever spent time socializing after work unless it was at a mandatory company event.
The managing director is the angry, insecure son of the owner and a deeply unlikable person. He makes himself unapproachable and is combatively unreceptive to agent feedback. He and the older generation of partners are raquet-club Republicans, so don't expect to initiate open, friendly dialogue about current news and events on office time if you mean to preserve your good standing.
What they call 'research' is a euphemism for hundreds of repetitive, scripted cold-calls to beg busy executives at real companies to help you organize a very expensive show-and-tell for no compensation.
These people are corporate pests with a major chip on their shoulder. Save yourself a bad experience. Speaking from experience, you can do much better.