Q&A

QA: Kim Hower, Nutanix Director, Public Sector Marketing on the Value of Thought Leadership Research

Thursday, September 28th, 2017

Technology companies selling to the public sector understand there are many differences between this market and the private sector. Savvy organizations commission primary thought leadership research to help them better understand their target audience by drilling down into the unique challenges and barriers they face, the goals they are trying to achieve, and how they…Read More

QA: HR Expert and Career Strategist Jean O’Brien on Recruiting Talent Across Generations

Tuesday, August 8th, 2017

Recruiting is complex for many reasons, not the least of which is individuals from different generations are often looking for different things in their work environment. That means savvy companies need to understand what appeals to their talent based not only the actual job, but a host of factors. Jean O’Brien, PHR and President of…Read More

How Recruitment Research Helps You Find Future Rock Stars

Thursday, July 27th, 2017

As the workforce ages and baby boomers leave both the public and private sectors, filling the void is a priority—and a challenge. Competition is fierce for finding talented and skilled personnel who are the right fit for your organization. On top of that, what age cohorts like Millennials want from their professional life is often…Read More

QA: Dante Ricci, SAP, on Best Practices in Thought Leadership

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

Among the research reports, case studies, and other content buyers use to make decisions, thought leadership continues to be an important tactic for building trust with prospects — both within the government and the private sector. How do the industry leaders stand out? During the Federal Content Marketing Review panel discussion, Dante Ricci, Global Public…Read More

How to Create Collateral with Impact: A Discussion with the Merritt Group

Monday, April 24th, 2017

This Thursday, Market Connections and Merritt Group will release the results of the 2017 Federal Content Marketing Study. We thought we’d give you a sneak peek and discuss a few of the findings with Merritt Group Executive Vice President and Partner, Jayson Schkloven, and Vice President Government, Matt Donovan. MC: The data shows a need…Read More

Is Rebranding Worth the Investment?

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

As your company or association grows or the market evolves, revisiting your brand vision and core values and the market’s perception may be necessary. Regardless of industry, this introspective look at who you are as an organization is a significant investment in time and resources. When ROI matters, is this investment justifiable? Every organization must…Read More

A Branding Expert Weighs in on Brand and Market Perception

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

While we help our clients measure market perception, that measurement is just one piece of branding; there is so much that goes into building a strong brand identity. We met with partner and founder of branding agency Red Thinking, Jen Sterling, to get her take on a few questions our clients frequently ask. Here are…Read More

QA: Lisa Dezzutti on the Importance of Market Perception

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

How does your company or brand stack against your competitors? This is an important question to answer as you introduce new solutions or compete on new (or even existing) contracts. It’s also important to know if perceptions have changed over time, and if the way you communicate about your products, services and company represent the…Read More

How Can Research Help Your Messaging?

Thursday, January 26th, 2017

When an advertising campaign can potentially cost millions of dollars, it’s critical the message resonates with the audience. Research can help ensure a good return on marketing investment via ad, message, and new product testing. On Wednesday, February 8, 2017, Research Director, Dave Glantz, will lead the next in our Best Practices webinar series: “Using…Read More

Q&A: IDentrix CEO Raj Ananthanpillai on How Contractors Can Prepare for the Insider Threat Monitoring Rule

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

Malicious insiders are a top security threat for federal agencies — events demonstrated with Edward Snowden’s release of government secrets and the U.S. Navy Yard shooting (in which 12 people were killed). In both incidents, and many more, the malicious actors held security clearances. Yet those who monitored cleared personnel were not aware of changes…Read More

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