Have you ever wondered what’s going on in your head? When we see marketing materials, what do we think? How do flyers and leaflets make us think and engage with a business? Are we better online or in-person when it comes to meetings? Do funny, sad or happy adverts better engage with our minds. What is it that makes us purchase something from one company and not another? Perhaps more importantly – what makes your customers buy from a competitor instead of your business? This is why it’s important to know what’s going on in your head.

We can find out what is going on in your head through market research. This could be surveys, taste tests or even brain scans! If you like the idea of what I’m talking about – then read on!

Here at Creative Content Company, we have been working alongside Katie Hart for some years. She is an excellent neuro-marketing specialist. The things that we have learn from her, her presentations and her blogs have helped our business so much. (Don’t worry – we do social media management and marketing support for Katie; this wasn’t a sly plug for our blogs!).

Katie is currently doing market research and brain scans with a Face Whisperer in Peterborough. This is a really interesting piece of research that will certainly get you thinking. If you want to take part, which is completely pain-free and no cost, then you can sign up here for one of her available dates.

Alternatively, if you’d like to know what is going on in the minds of your target audience, or even your team, why not book a session with Katie. She offers keynote speaking services, marketing consultations, brain scans and so much more. If you’re looking to take your business to the next level – Katie is the lady for you.

On a side note, if you do have an interest in market research and want to get involved in surveys and taste tests in Peterborough, why not speak to our friends at England Marketing. They have a form here that you can complete with your interests. Just mention our name when you sign up and we will hopefully see you at one of their market research events soon too.

What’s going on in your head? Well – we have given you a few ways to find out!