Brand Research | Brand Positioning

Market research companies evaluating brand positioning and a related communication strategy to position a brand within a category. Find firms to conduct research to determine the most effective brand positioning and strategic marketing efforts to achieve it

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Yarnell Inc.
Yarnell Inc.

Global high tech companies have come to Yarnell Inc for over 25 years for new product research and guidance in hardware, software and services

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Aeffect, Inc.
Aeffect, Inc.

Aeffect employs traditional and non-traditional research methods that help organizations: Identify, segment and understand their most valuable custome

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Affinnova
Affinnova

Affinnova is a high-growth software and services firm that enables innovative companies to drive better ideas to market faster.

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Ameritest
Ameritest

Ameritest tests thousands of ads internationally for Fortune 500 and Global 1000 companies each year.

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AMP Agency
AMP Agency

Non-traditional, traditional and actionable market research including lifestyle and lifestage exploratories, concept testing, brand positioning, etc

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AplusA

AplusA is a medical market research firm with 25 year of industry experience dedicated to international healthcare research.

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ase

ase specialises in the design and implementation of qualitative and quantitative studies nationally and internationally. We offer research-based consu

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