Harris Interactive has have been providing expertise in industry-led market research to major players in the Energy and Utilities markets for over 20 years. Our experience in consumer and B2B markets across multiple research methodologies enables us to provide insight and knowledge that guides business decisions to some of the world’s leading organisations and best known brands.
A key factor in our deep understanding of the energy market stems from the bi-annual Customer Power research we undertake with customers of almost all suppliers. Our Customer Power research is a detailed view of consumer perceptions of not only their energy provider, but also the sector as a whole.
Where & When
The Museum of Brands (London)
Wednesday 13th June – 8.45am -10.30am
Harris Interactive invites you to “breakfast with the brands” at the fascinating Museum of Brands on Wednesday 13th June.
Join us as we share the latest results from our hi brands® index – to reveal the UK’s most sustainable brands; based on our ground-breaking research model for measuring brand sustainability.
Free to attend, this concise and insight filled breakfast briefing includes entry to the Museum of Brands which you can explore at your leisure after the session
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