The telecoms market is typified by rapid and potentially complicated technological change, regulatory intervention and often overwhelming choice. Cut-through, differentiation and loyalty are major challenges for brands. Optimal strategies for product, brand and customer relationship measurement are more important than ever. We help device manufacturers, operators and service/content providers navigate all this by providing a clear understanding of consumer and business, needs, behaviours and perceptions, enabling them to develop and deliver the most relevant positioning, communications, customer management initiatives, products and services.
Focused expertise, in a fast changing market
We work with some of the biggest companies in both consumer and b2b technology sectors from new market entrants to multinationals. Our team of research specialists understand your sector and are passionate about technology and its uses in the modern world. This hands-on experience enable us to add meaningful insight that clients can apply. We understand the growth in mobile, how new technologies are changing the way people work and spend their leisure time, how services and platforms are becoming increasingly blurred, and how all of this creates new and exciting challenges for our clients. Our research solutions are designed to support: customer relationship management, brand strategy & health, innovation & differentiation, communications, growth and profitability.
Join us at 2pm-2.45pm on Thursday 22nd March as we share the latest wave of hi brands® research, to reveal the UK’s most sustainable financial services brands.
Nowadays, to achieve success, financial services brands must think of the full consumer relationship: how the brand listens, answers and engages, the level of empathy consumers have with the brand and how it is evolving to meet consumers’ future needs. Brands which do this well challenge the marketplace and become sustainable.
In this free-to-attend webinar, we will explore case studies from across the financial services sector highlighting brands that are building their sustainability and future relevance in ways that traditional brand measurement metrics cannot show.
About the Presenters
Lida Walsh, Head of Solutions at Harris Interactive who developed the hi brands® framework, will be joined by Michael Worledge, Head of Financial Services research to share the latest results, and will discuss what the scores mean for your category and brand/s including Banking, Insurance and Credit Cards.
About hi brands®
Harris Interactive measures brand sustainability across more than 25 categories, including Financial Services. Our approach was developed in cooperation with Aston Business School and shortlisted for the Market Research Society Best Innovation Award in 2016, offering a fresh approach to brand tracking.
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