We understand that, before commissioning market research with us, you might need reassurance as to the work we have done previously. With this in mind, we have included a small selection of our client case studies below. In addition to the case studies shown below, there are also a number of other case studies dotted around the website.
If you require some more information on the work we have done previously in your areas of interest, or simply want to chat to us about how we can help your business, please don’t hesitate to pick up the phone and get in touch.
Business Challenge: Our client is a manufacturer of sealants used by window and sidings installers. We needed to find out whether a new product would be readily accepted by the construction trade.
Business Challenge: Our client is a premier university in the Northeastern United States. It wanted to offer a one-year Masters conversion course for engineers which would help them become more desirable in the work place.
Business Challenge: Our client manufactures filters used across a wide range of processes within energy and power facilities. They wanted to understand why their market share for air filters used in gas turbine power plants was low, and how they could better develop this latent opportunity.
Business Challenge: Our client is a manufacturer of sophisticated scanning equipment used in hospitals and medical centers throughout the US. This equipment is expensive to buy and once installed, there is a high level of preference to stay with the incumbent.
Business Challenge: Decision making on which back office processors to use is taken at a high level within companies. Getting hold of decision makers to interview them and find out their views is a challenge.
Business Challenge: Our client is an internationally-renowned logistics and shipping company. They wanted to find out more about how buying decisions were made for their services. In particular, they wanted to test the hypothesis that most supplier decisions were made by relatively junior roles, rather than senior decision-makers.