Our experience shows that the most powerful way of growing businesses and brands is by involving the people who stand to benefit most: customers and their staff. We have developed a range of techniques and processes to do this, and produced a string of business breakthroughs.
True insights change the way we see things, bringing new possibilities and opportunities. The experience of our psychologists and researchers allows us to dig deeper, and understand more about what drives consumer behaviour. We seek out the forces, big and small, that influence people, focusing on the emotional as well as the rational. Our research methods are distinctive and sophisticated, using a battery of well-established and new techniques that we have developed.
'Strategy' is one of those big words that gets used by everyone. For us, the most powerful strategies are those which align the interests and distinct capabilities of companies with their customers to generate superior commercial returns. Both our overall approach and our specific tools acknowledge that, for this to happen, strategic thinking must permeate the whole organisation. We can show exactly how your strategy and brand will impact through every touchpoint to create more value.
The challenge with innovation is much bigger than simply coming up with new ideas. Most organisations are full of people doing that already. We couple our co-creation process with a deep understanding of consumer trends, helping our clients to stay tuned-in to evolving consumer needs and desires, select winning ideas and build a culture where innovation can flourish.
Most processes involving customers generate a lot of small talk but little by way of change. We've developed and tested Big Talk for over a decade to generate bigger, more powerful ideas and gain lasting internal commitment.
The Promise Index
We developed our specialist Index with the London School of Economics to help us better understand the interaction between brand perception and consumer experience. It will tell you how your brand is performing against its promise - and help predict future revenue growth.