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We have 20 years of disciplined experience in business-to-business research and have developed a unique set of methodologies to get the information our results-hungry clients demand. Learn about Saurage Marketing and Research Tools (SMART)

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Key Findings – Business to Business

Key Findings – Business to Business

Often when a customer doesn’t return to a website for a substantial amount of time they are long forgotten. But former customers who return to spend money offer an economical potential very similar to that of a first time customer and therefore should be treated as such.

Patient/Customer Satisfaction

Patient/Customer Satisfaction

A medical center in the Southeast wanted to establish a patient-reported performance survey for its Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) program. Saurage Research devised an evaluation form that patients were encouraged to complete within a few days of their hospital discharge.

Consumer Product Testing

Consumer Product Testing

A nationwide advertising agency wanted to learn:

How consumers use in-home dry cleaning products
The best way to position a new product in the market
Saurage Research recommended a product-test focus group methodology. Participants were asked to test the product for one week and record their results. Then, in a series of focus groups, they discussed those results and their perceptions of the product and the product category.

Designing an Air Quality Advertising Program

Designing an Air Quality Advertising Program

When a large Southwestern area reached a non-attainment status for air quality, the local air quality agency asked Saurage Research to conduct research to:

Explore area residents’ knowledge of the air quality problem in the region
Quantify residents’ willingness to perform certain clean air behaviors
Track residents’ awareness of clean air messages and advertisements

Key Findings – Business to Business

Key Findings – Business to Business

Often when a customer doesn’t return to a website for a substantial amount of time they are long forgotten. But former customers who return to spend money offer an economical potential very similar to that of a first time customer and therefore should be treated as such.

B2B – Check, B2C – Check, H2H – Check Plus!

B2B – Check, B2C – Check, H2H – Check Plus!

Brands Saurage Research B2B Key Findingsoften try to categorize themselves into segments, either B2B (business to business) or B2C (business to consumer). With the rise in social media however, a new segment has gained attention, H2H (human to human). This term was coined by Bryan Kramer, Social Media Strategist and CEO of PureMatter.

Sales is from Saturn, Marketing is from…Another Planet

Sales is from Saturn, Marketing is from…Another Planet

Saurage Research B2B Key Findings June 2014 examines the relationship between sales and marketing and shares an article with some tips to make it better.

Global Rebranding

Global Rebranding

A global oilfield tools and services client wanted to roll up its numerous divisional brands under a single corporate identity while ensuring that the division-relevant taglines and capabilities statements continued to resonate with its clients. The firm’s branding agency turned to Saurage Research to evaluate the credibility of its capabilities statements with employees, clients, and prospects globally.

Telecommunications Advertising Strategy

Telecommunications Advertising Strategy

A telecommunications company wanted to determine the value of marketing bundled services to business customers. The company turned to Saurage Research to develop a research project to profile the customer base in terms of preferences and motivators.

Linking EPA’s Energy Star Brand to HVAC

Linking EPA’s Energy Star Brand to HVAC

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) wanted to learn the best ways to encourage heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) companies to use its Energy Star brand for qualified systems.

The agency commissioned Saurage Research to conduct offline focus groups with managers of major HVAC companies’ branches and with HVAC consumers in the marketplace. The EPA also authorized online focus groups with consumers across the country to determine how their research-gathering and buying patterns differed from their offline peers and from managers’ expectations. The research also explored what consumers expect in an online energy-use calculation tool and the value of the Energy Star brand on their buying decisions.

Commercial Vehicle Manufacturer Rebranding

Commercial Vehicle Manufacturer Rebranding

A truck dealership that sells mid-size to large trucks wanted to expand its market share within an eight-county region. The company’s advertising agency contracted with Saurage Research to explore ways to reach this goal. The research plan targeted current and potential customers as well as the dealership’s employees. The data from focus groups, in-depth interviews and telephone surveys revealed just how the dealership could capture a larger share of the market.

Commercial Vehicle Manufacturer Rebranding

Commercial Vehicle Manufacturer Rebranding

A truck dealership that sells mid-size to large trucks wanted to expand its market share within an eight-county region. The company’s advertising agency contracted with Saurage Research to explore ways to reach this goal. The research plan targeted current and potential customers as well as the dealership’s employees. The data from focus groups, in-depth interviews […]

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