The Market Research Blog

Welcome to the B2B International market research blog. From our latest market research white papers, to articles on our favourite marketing topics, or simply what’s new at B2B International, this is where we keep you up to date with everything you need to know.

Winning B2B Marketing Strategies: A Conference

October 22, 2014

This Thursday will see the hosting of The B2B Marketing Conference – ... Read more

Boost Your Brand’s Awareness by Focusing on Social Media

October 21, 2014

Here at B2B International, we love to keep up with the very ... Read more

London Calling

October 15, 2014

It is well-known that London is one of the top global cities, ... Read more

ESOMAR B2B Forum 2014

October 13, 2014

Will you be in Atlanta, Georgia, tomorrow for ESOMAR’s first B2B Research ... Read more

UK Corporates Lack The Appetite For BRIC Adventures

October 9, 2014

Survey finds BRIC economies appeal less to large UK firms than US ... Read more

Netnography: A New Age for Ethnography?

October 7, 2014

Ethnography is a proven anthropological approach to researching human behaviour by studying ... Read more

B2B Video Marketing: Why Your Company Should Embrace It

September 29, 2014

Like social media marketing, video marketing can be a hugely powerful tool ... Read more

Our Day at the Customer Experience Awards 2014

September 26, 2014

Yesterday saw the teams from B2B International and Molson Coors descend on ... Read more

Creating High Performing Marketing Functions for the Digital Age

September 24, 2014

Despite quick changes in marketing driven by the influence of social and digital media, the ... Read more

B2B Social Media Marketing: Use It or Lose Out

September 22, 2014

B2B social media marketing is a powerful but often underused and misunderstood ... Read more

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