Choose Polaris for Our Brand Research Experience and
Insightful Brand Expertise?
Polaris has been conducting branding research across a wide variety of industries, with both business-to-business and business-to-consumer brands since 1989. There are six key areas when you need research to give you the critical information you need to manage your brand:
1) Creating a new brand strategy – Whether you are creating a totally new brand or want to change your brand strategy, information about your competitors’ and your positions in the marketplace is important in developing your strategy.
2) Understanding how far your brand can stretch –One of the great things about strong brands is the way they help companies enter new markets, new geographies and new product categories. To leverage your brand, you must understand what your brand stands for.
3) Brand Architecture – Understanding and managing how equity flows throughout your brand/product portfolio is an important element in brand management.
4) Brand Management – Information on brand awareness, and perceptions of your brand image is critical to managing the brand’s lifecycle.
5) Revitalizing Brands – In spite of a company’s best efforts, brands lose their way and equity begins to erode. To bring a tired brand back to life and set it on the path to growth requires marketing research.
6) Brand Positioning – Differentiation is key to brand strength and positioning is the expression of differentiation. Research to identify the optimal brand position is key to brand strength
No matter what aspect of branding you need to research, Polaris has the experience and expertise to help you make the most of your research budget.
Polaris' Brand Research Experience & Credentials
This section of our website is organized to help you make the important decision about why you should choose Polaris as your new product research partner.
1) Why Choose Polaris Marketing Research?
a) Brand Research Testimonials
b) Brand Research Case Study
a) Brand Audit
b) Brand Architecture
c) Brand Positioning
d) Brand Tracking
3) Our Thoughts on Brand Research
a) Brand Research Blog Posts
b) Brand Research Newsletter Articles
4) What you need to get started with your Brand Research