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Key findings of Potloc’s survey for the Canadian Federal Election

5 minutes read

At Potloc we thrive on curiosity. And it is the consumers we question that guide our never-ending learning path. So, to spice things up a little, we decided to use our methodology –and the brains of our hyper-talented team of researchers, to survey Canadians about the upcoming Federal Election of October 21st.

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The Shopping mall of the future relies on consumer insight

6 minutes read

It was the year 2017 when the “Retail Apocalypse” made headlines, sending retailers and shopping mall operators into a frantic panic. Two years after, the sinister doomsday keeps popping up in the press as a dark reminder of the sword hanging above businesses’ heads. The big question everyone seems to try to answer is “what to do to survive and –not only survive but thrive”?

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Everything You Need to Know About NPS (Net Promoter Score)

17 minutes read

Net Promoter Score, or NPS, measures customer experience and predicts business growth. This proven metric has had a profound effect in the business world and provides the core measurement for customer experience management programs around the globe.

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The advantages of a customer-centric strategy

7 minutes read

Placing the client at the centre of your company’s concerns has become a key step in putting a strong marketing strategy in place.

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5 reasons to use social media for your consumer studies

8 minutes read

Information has become our lifeblood. Every decision must be data-driven, above all else. In this respect, consumer studies have proven to be a vital element of corporate strategy.

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5 consumer profiles with opinions that matter

4 minutes read

Several different consumer profiles comprise a single store’s clientele. These groups of consumers have their own specific buying habits and expectations; efficiently attracting them into your store requires a distinct form of treatment. Here is how you can benefit from your five primary client groups.

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