The100: self-reinforcing cultures and goats cheese  chasers

We’re back (panic over). Popping bubbles Years past, we’ve talked quite a bit about empathy and understanding the consumer better. You know: the echo chambers, the disparity between what you think and what others think, on why we understand people not-like-us less and less. There is a classic example that’s in the news now: the In/Out (shake-it-all-about) referendum on Europe by […]

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Why Watch Me Think?

We explore consumer behaviour. What people do, not just what they say. We watch. We don’t just ask. We get more answers for our clients this way. We have unique methodologies for video ethnography. Methodologies such as observation self-review, where consumers review their own behaviour and screen record, capturing the consumer and their screen. Not just video selfies. Our analysis […]

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