Webinar: Challenging the Traditional Concept of DIY Consumer Insights

Savannah TrotterMar 3 2021
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DIY market research isn’t what it used to be. 

When you think of the traditional DIY methods of gathering consumer insights, chances are you think of a time-consuming process that requires expertise and a lot of effort.  But, as organizations strive to do more with less, intelligent and automated solutions are taking the burden off of the “Y” in DIY. 

Find out how the next generation of consumer insights platforms are empowering organizations of all sizes to start, perfect, and scale their research operations, increasing their impact on both consumers and the marketplace. 

In this webinar, we...

  • Delve into the history of DIY market research methods. 
  • Explore the benefits of new DIY research technology. 
  • Demonstrate how the most iconic and innovative companies are leveraging end-to-end DIY platforms to gain a competitive advantage and de-fragment their research process. 

 

This webinar was a part of the Greenbook Insights Tech Showcase.

If you're interested in learning more see our Reinventing Consumer Insights with A.I. Driven Analytics & Curiosity Webinar, or request a demo below to find out how DIY market research software can help you do more, with less. 

 

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