Marketing research and insights that help financial services companies drive brand awareness and engagement.
Brand equity research is critical to measuring your success in building brand awareness, creating brand equity, and deepening brand engagement for your financial brand. Consumer and B2B brand equity research with Logica® can inform your brand strategy and help you drive differentiation and competitive advantage in the marketplace.
Constant innovation is the key to successful product development in financial services and fintech. Logica® can help you create the next generation of innovative products with market research before product launch, including buyer journey research, archetype development and product feature optimization research for your consumer audiences and B2B markets.
Proprietary thought leadership content is key to establishing your brand in the marketplace, gaining press coverage and increasing visibility with target audiences. Partnering with Logica® for thought leadership research and PR research gives you the insights and data you need to be the go-to source for media and have your own proprietary content for sales enablement, marketing, and PR.
Connecting with your market and deepening brand engagement requires compelling messages and the right marketing outreach. Marketing messages need to be tested and refined—before you go to market. Logica® has decades of experience helping brands conduct both qualitative and quantitative marketing research that prioritizes key messages and marketing that will resonate with your audience and drive action before you go to market so that you make the most of your marketing and advertising budgets.
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