Join our free webinar on June 29th led by qualitative insight expert, Alison Hulme! You’ll find out more about how brand archetypes can bring customers to life and really help you to get closer to your audience by understanding their lifestyles, motivations and attitudes.
I loved ‘covfefegate’, not just because it was funny but also because it’s a great example of how a topic can suddenly enter the public consciousness.
It has finally come to that time of the year when I really need to write a blog. This week sadly, is my last here at Breaking Blue. In this blog I will try to describe how much these past 9 months as a placement student have changed my life, though it will be hard to fit it all in!
Check out our latest infographic focusing on our top five tips for delivering impactful key account studies.
If you missed our webinar you can view the recording here.
Towards the end of last year we launched our own internal communications platform – bluebook. We believe that a genuinely innovative company should have a space where anything (and we really mean pretty much anything) can be thrown out to others for discussion. We’ve also learned that this works best outside of the traditional ‘meeting’ format.
Do you really know how your customers feel about you? At Breaking Blue we regularly engage with key business decision-makers all over the world, spanning a range of industries. Along the way we’ve learnt lots about what makes a really impactful insight programme, both for our clients and their customers. Join our free 30 minute…
Together with our client, Carla Johnson at the London Borough of Waltham Forest, we’ll be presenting at the LARIA conference in Manchester this Thursday. Using recent studies on local migration and housing-led development, our key note presentation shows how the impact of local area research can be maximised by making full use of innovative reporting…
Having worked as an intern in market research firms in Shanghai, Los Angeles, and London, I would like to share my views on the differences across these three distinct cultures.
Join the national conversation on design in manufacturing at the Leading Business by Design Summit 2015, on 18th June in Birmingham. Phil Stubington will be sharing insights from our research at the plenary session, along with leading lights from industry and academia. Full agenda here
At the event you’ll hear directly from some of the world’s most successful manufacturing and design organisations on how they are using strategic design to: