CASE STUDY - B2C RETAIL/MANUFACTURE

Consumer Profile: Owners or 
Future Buyers of Electric Bikes

For one of their clients in the manufacturing of E-bikes, a top-tier consulting firm needed to launch a study in France, Germany, and Switzerland aimed to reach 500 respondents (B2C)

Case Study Consumer Profile Owners or Future Buyers of Electric Bikes

Key Results

2 mins

Length of Interview (LOI)

+500

Answers to Open-Ended Questions

7 Days

Field Time

686

Number of Respondents (N)

<1%

Incidence Rate (IR)

3

Countries Targeted

Key Challenges

For one of their clients in the manufacturing of E-bikes, a top-tier consulting firm needed to launch a study in France, Germany, and Switzerland aimed to reach 500 respondents (B2C) who were owners of an electric bike, or who were considering to buy one in the coming months. 


 

Objectives of this Study

  • Understand the consumer profile: e-Bike type, store type, allocated budget.
  • Study the consumer behavior: selection criteria for stores and e-Bikes.
  • Analyze the brands’ positioning: awareness, attributes, associations, and preferences.
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Potloc's Approach

Using Potloc’s social sampling technology, we targeted respondents in three countries in 2 different languages to help consultants build a consumer profile for their client.

Potloc deployed a 10-day campaign on Facebook that targeted respondents in the specified countries, taking into account socio-demographic profiles, location, interests, hobbies, and members of groups related to the topic, among other criteria.

Countries Covered

Flags france germany switzerland

 

Social Media Platforms Used

Facebook Potloc

 

“Being able to reach current and future customers for our client’s product was essential to the success of this study. Potlocdelivered quality niche respondents in10 days, across 3 very different geographic locations and marketplaces.”

Senior Partner, Top Tier Consulting Firm.

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