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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Hotspex
Hotspex

Founded over a decade ago, Hotspex helps the marketing world discover the hidden truth behind consumer behavior – emotions, feelings & relationships.

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ICR
ICR

ICR, a top-ranked national and Intl. market research co. providing custom research and analysis on a wide range of issues.

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Infotools
Infotools

Every piece of market research data you collect is valuable. But sorting through it all to find the answers you need, can be hard work.

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Ipsos
Ipsos

Ipsos offers six areas of market research specialization: advertising, loyalty, marketing, media, public affairs, and survey management.

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Just Qual+
Just Qual+

Just Qual+, LLC is a boutique qualitative + quant marketing research firm specializing in healthcare - including pharmaceuticals and medical devices.

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Kelton
Kelton

Kelton is a leading global insights and strategy firm serving as partner to more than 100 of the Fortune 500 and thousands of smaller companies.

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Labbrand
Labbrand

Labbrand is the leading China-based brand consultancy that provides market and consumer research, brand strategy, and creative services.

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LamarcaLAB
LamarcaLAB

We are ranked as the number one market research company in the western region of Mexico. (Merca2.0 magazine, may 2011, 2012 and 2013)

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Simon Wainwright & Fiona Blades, MESH

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Being Smart about Mobile Being Smart about Mobile

Labbrand

There has been much discussion globally in the past year or two on how important it is for brands to be present on mobile networks and applications. It is often said that brands need a “mobile strategy”. Rather, what is needed is a comprehensive and informed brand strategy.

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Moving Beyond Claims-Based Messaging Moving Beyond Claims-Based Messaging

Mike Mabey, Pharmaceutical Executive, CMI

Improving communication means appealing to physicians' heads as well as their hearts. A message that incorporates both claims-based and emotional characteristics should be a more powerful advocate for a brand than a strictly claims-based message.

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The Evolution of Private Brands The Evolution of Private Brands

Ralph Blessing, EVP, GfK

Shopping studies demonstrate how private brands are gaining ground versus national brands. Consumers in recessionary times are more open to new brands and less attitudinally loyal. This paper shares 10 key considerations for retailers.

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Marketing Myth: Positioning Is No Longer Relevant

Copernicus Marketing Consulting and Research

Marketers have lost control of certain aspects of brand communication - it is no longer enough to identify and communicate one brand position. Brands now target specific groups of consumers to ensure their message is relevant, compelling and motivating. One of the most important steps is using customer input, as described in this article.

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On Branding: Market and Consumers Insight On Branding: Market and Consumers Insight

Labbrand

This article covers an important dimension of holistic branding - markets and consumers - and explains why solid market research is a vital part of any successful branding strategy.

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China market entry strategies – bypassing 1st tier cities China market entry strategies – bypassing 1st tier cities

Markus Scherer, Labbrand

A recent market research study focused on understanding the feasibility of a new vodka brand to enter the Chinese market by bypassing 1st tier markets. The study included focus groups, semiotic analysis and video ethnography. Learn insights from this case study by Labbrand.

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