Using Research for Creative Development
Updated: Jun 5, 2020
Brought to you in partnership with MAAG and Opinium
Clients increasingly refuse to buy creative ideas and strategies backed up by gut feel alone. They want genuine data and insight to guide their decisions.
Meanwhile, events of the past few years have served to illustrate how little we often know about the people to whom products and services are targeted
This session will show how marketers can use research to inform their creative development and substantiate their ideas, from quick polls to inform brainstorms to larger-scale ethnographic projects.
For anyone who has been furloughed