Creative breakthroughs happen when marketers look to unconscious behavior. Digging here, we gain insights that matter.
No two insight discovery projects are alike. So, in consultation with you, we customize each project to best meet your business objectives. Our psycho-sensory research techniques uncover deeper, richer insights. And our visual reports turn even complex research findings into easy-to-digest business intelligence and actionable recommendations. As a result, we help you see your customers in new ways and help you better communicate with and influence your key audiences.
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- Exploratory/landscape research
- Customer journey research
- Explicit/implicit purchase drivers
- Emotional drivers/barriers
- Competitive audits
- Brand image assessment
- Brand experience research
- Position exploration & validation
- Concept testing
- Message testing
- Name & logo evaluation
- Packaging research
Understanding a brand’s true value is critical to its success – and that means taking a holistic approach in uncovering its uniqueness.
Can you brand a carwash? You sure can, and that’s exactly what Six Degrees did for Las Vegas-based WOW Carwash. Preparing to launch a new express car wash chain in the western U.S., WOW Carwash wanted to establish a strong brand that would stand out from the competition and effectively share their story of providing a premium carwash experience while minimizing impact on the environment.
Las Vegas Sands
The Venetian in Las Vegas is the most well-known US brand owned by Las Vegas Sands Corporation. Directly adjacent to The Venetian is The Palazzo, another Las Vegas Sands property. The client was seeking ways to enhance and more clearly differentiate brand experiences between its own properties and against competitors.
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