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We offer consulting services for brand positioning & new product development, for development and assessment of communications programs and for the support of design services.
We are an evidenced-based marketing consultancy. Observation is our starting point and we are equally comfortable with qualitative and quantitative research approaches.
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I should confess that I hadn’t really given a lot of thought to private label brands for pet specialty retailers before I was contacted by Mark Kalaygian for this article in Pet Specialty Magazine – but I probably should have: it makes a lot of sense. A line of high-quality private label products can help not only to differentiate a retail …
It’s the season for New Year’s Resolutions: exercising, losing weight, saving money and getting organized top the list for most people. But for many others, learning a foreign language, or improving an existing (though potentially languishing) foreign language skill, is also a top consideration – somewhere between numbers 6 and 24 depending on the published list. I studied French in …
We are primarily a quantitative shop but we often we find it helps to use qualitative approaches to triangulate something we’ve found via a quantitative approach.
An advertising agency executive responds… If not dead, I think traditional qualitative is becoming an endangered species. I’ve seen enough bad practice in focus groups – often driven by agencies and clients who have no real understanding of either the purpose or process – to cause everyone to question why they should continue with qualitative research or whether it should be euthanized. The …
Qualitative is Dead. I had lunch recently with a good friend and former colleague who, like me, received his graduate training at a top-ranked Midwestern university known for its quantitative social science research programs. During our lunch he once again put forth the proposition that “Qualitative research is dead. And, besides, who needs it…?”