If you're like us, your most fond memories of Halloween are hustling from house to house to get as much candy as possible. Much like trick-or-treating, the “ask and ye shall receive” philosophy works in business, too.

This time of year, it’s easy to be a little spooked by market research. But fear not! Here's a little help to dust off the cobwebs and chase away the dread.

There’s nothing MARKETLINK Principal Stephanie Craft loves more than a challenge. That’s probably why she loves market research so much. “I become a detective! There is information out there I’m trying to find and I love the challenge of figuring out how I’m going to find it.”

MARKETLINK Principal Keri Hammond is a party planner of sorts. What Keri plans is how a company can create or shift its strategic vision to achieve goals, exceed revenue expectations, and bring different departments together for the improvement of the whole. It may sound intense, but for her, it is a party.

Whether you call it internal marketing, marketing mentality, or creating a culture of rainmakers, it’s a straightforward concept critical to the AEC industry: Training and motivating client-contact employees and support staff to work as a team to ensure client satisfaction.

Chip Allen specializes in architectural photography, and he understands the importance of high-quality photography to his AEC clients. “In an interview, I want my client’s prospective client to say ‘wow!..... I’d like you to build me an interior or building like this!’”

Your website can’t just be visually compelling, it’s also got to load quickly, scroll seamlessly, and engage the audience with keyword-rich content. How does that happen? Research and expertise.

Principal Stephanie Craft attended the SMPS Sacramento Luncheon recently, where a panel made up of three public sector staff discussed what they valued most in consultants. Here are the top three take-aways.

 

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