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Presented by Northstar, 2020 MRS Winners of ‘Best Place to Work’: Jack MilesSimon Von HaartmanJames Vaughan Smith Intro: A well-designed office space and good office culture can be used as a training tool for young researchers. All levels of employee’s...read more
On Tuesday 23rd February BIG held its first BIG Virtual Forum of the year and what a way to kick off 2021. The B2B Soapbox, lead by Jack Tadman of Opinium, was a huge success and covered lots of interesting topics. Isobel Hunt of Opinium was first to the virtual...read more
In the cloudy world of modern consumerism, many marketers now find themselves overwhelmed by the sheer volume of choices when it comes to selling their product to consumers. But what we also need to think about when discussing consumerism is the consumer themselves –...read more
Q. Why are mixed methodology studies are more common in B2B?
A. The complexity of B2B markets though means that multiple research methods often need to be used in order to provide answers or solutions for strategic decisions.
Q. Why are B2B costs higher than B2C costs?
A. B2B transactions often take more consideration and involve more decision makers. The B2B consumer will more often than not need to be able to prove a return-on-investment for their purchase.
Q. What makes B2B branding different to B2C?
A. Corporate brand more visible, smaller target audience, more targeted communications, sales culture, compete on pricing and longer term contracts in some cases
If you’ve been unable to attend our recent Forum evenings then here you’ll find the accompanying presentations from previous sessions.
Desk Research Best Practice
Trevor Wilkinson, Purple Research
Business Minds Survey Magazine – BIG Forum November 2017
Emma Mozley-Allen and Alex Wheatley
New ways of reaching a business audience
Alex Wheatley, Lightspeed