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How to Engage Respondents in a World of Short Attention Spans

Modern technological advancements have transformed the market research industry. One area that ...

July 2015 / Written by

Using Behavioural Economics to Get to the Truth

As marketers researchers our job is to ask questions and get to ...

July 2015 / Written by

Building Better Customer Experiences with Market Research

Ensuring the customer is at the centre of your business decisions and ...

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How We Use Market Research to Get the Most Valuable Insights From Big Data

These days, many organisations have tons of data at their disposal. This ...

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Manchester Is the Place to Be for Graduates

We were interested to read the findings of a press report in ...

July 2015 / Written by

The Importance of a Pricing Strategy in Optimising Sales and Profit

For those of you who received our 2015 Calendar, you will know ...

June 2015 / Written by

[Slideshare] 8 Places to Look for New Product Ideas

This month, as part of our 2015 Calendar series on developing a successful marketing strategy, ...

June 2015 / Written by

The Importance of Adaption and Change

Over time, many large organisations either decrease in size or disappear completely. ...

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Common Sense: The Rise of Sensory Marketing

More than ever, consumers and businesses alike are inundated by advertisements from ...

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