Green Yellow Pages
Find a Business Near: Highland Park, NJ                    
Enter Business Name or Keyword       Search by Phone
City, State or Zip Code      

    Business Owner?

    List Your Business »

    Home ::: New Jersey ::: Highland Park ::: Market Research & Analysis

    Market Research & Analysis in Highland Park

    Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
    Standard Listings

    Business Listing   Stangel Harvey J & Associates - Highland Park, NJ - Phone: (732) 846-8886

    Don't see your business here? Add it and appear here!

    Helpful Definition for: Market Research & Analysis

    Marketing research provides information to consumers in Highland Park about the market such as marketing performance, marketing actions, etc. Market researchers collect data from the market, analyze the result and provide solution for improvement. They also analyze the trends and changes of the market and the effects of the same on consumers' behavior. Market researchers identify the needs of consumers and suggest ways the needs can be satisfied, hence it results in maximum customer service rendered. The data collected usually comprises of information about the product in demand, price of the product, manufacturing and distribution of the product and services. Market research and analysis in Highland Park depends on 'DECIDE' factor, where 'D' denotes defining the problem, 'E' denotes enumerating the decision factors which can be controlled or not, 'C' denotes collecting important information, 'I' denotes identifying an alternative, 'D' denotes developing an appropriate plan and implementing the plan and 'E' denotes evaluation of the decision process. Marketing researches in Highland Park can be in the form of advertisements, brand research, distribution audits, etc. Marketing researchers assist both consumers and suppliers. Through these researches, suppliers become aware of the demand of the consumers. Customer satisfaction is optimized.

    Recent News from the Green Blog


    By: Lee Ann Rush A bill that would prevent individual states from requiring that foods containing genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) be labeled as such has been introduced to the House of Representatives and may come up for a vote in the near future. This proposed legislation, known derisively as the Deny Americans the Right-to-Know (DARK) Act, would give the U.S. Secretary..