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Gamification and Its Role in B2B Markets

Gamification is the process of turning an activity into a game to encourage engagement. It

Behavioural Economics & Market Research: New White Paper

Behavioural economics isn’t new. In fact, marketers have been employing behavioural economics, sometimes unintentionally,

Information is Everywhere

BIG, the Business Intelligence Group, in conjunction with the ICG, is hosting its

Worlds Apart: A comparison of the market research industries in the USA and China

If, like me, you are sitting in the UK, running a market research

A Question of Emotions

How do emotions drive the choice of a supplier and how can we

The Wisdom Of Crowds

In this week’s Business Surgery, Paul Hague offers an interesting slant on the

What effect does emotion have on choosing a b2b supplier of goods and services?

In this week’s Business Surgery, Paul Hague looks at how we make decisions

The Net Promoter Score is Rubbish

Paul Hague this week advocates a simple, new metric to measure value.
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Marketing Training Courses In Shanghai

B2B International is pleased to announce the dates of its upcoming training courses in

If I think this, what do you think?

In this week’s Thursday Night Insight Paul Hague reflects on his thoughts on completing

Our industry expertise

The information provided by the B2B research was both insightful and thought provoking and the staff involved were excellent.

Drake Lane Associates

Very good market intelligence that will be invaluable in helping us understand the market landscape and formulate our strategy.

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