This year our podcast went through a major change. The B2B Market Research Podcast became B2B Revealed. Our focus broadened to a myriad of issues that impact our clients in the B2B technology sector. The result? More interviews, more thought leaders, more insight, and an even better B2B Podcast.
What are the most cutting-edge applications of AI for B2B market research? How much busywork can analysts delegate to a bot? Will automated systems replace the need for human analysis?
Having what amounts to a collective PhD in B2B comes with the responsibility to share some of our knowledge with the world. We’ve done that for years through The B2B Market Research podcast.
In an ideal world, all B2B research would result in a tidy heap of quantitative statistics, graphs, and charts all pointing to a clear course of action. Company leaders would glimpse the dramatic numbers and approve strategy adjustments right away.
Your sales team is conducting qualitative research all the time. Talking to them is perhaps the lowest cost qualitative research project you could possibly do. It’s also your best chance to achieve a strong sales strategy in sync with the goals of your organization.
Will smartphones transform qualitative research methodology? Get an inside view from an expert who knows qual via smartphone inside and out.
There is no excuse for a dry market research readout.
When it comes to B2B market research, there is no better tool than In-Depth Interviews (IDIs) for gathering insight.
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- — Product / Service Launches
- — Market Opportunity Research
- — Channel / Market Research
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- — Customer Journey Mapping
- — Market Segmentation Research
- — Key Buying Criteria Research
- — Win / Loss Analysis
- — Brand Research
- — Go-to-Market Research
- — Buyer Persona Research
- — B2B Usability Testing
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