How Management benefits from decision making based on customer insight (POSTPONED)
Start Date: 25 Mar 2020
Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Time: 8:30 PM
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Venue: Chartered Management Institute, 77 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6SR › View map
Over the last 45 years marketing and market research techniques have been developed to monitor brand success and customer satisfaction. But in the late 1980’s it was realised that research was interesting, but it was not being used effectively. Customer Insight - the comparison between management performance data and external market analysis and customer satisfaction surveys has improved the quality of communications. Marketing is all about understanding customer engagement and behaviour, so in this talk we will understand that better decisions and propositions have been improved as a result of analysing Customer Insight.’
The event is a great possibility to network with professionals from different sectors. We welcome attendance by CMI members and non-members, both females and males.
1800 and 1830 Registration and networking - welcome tea and coffee and water
18:30 Welcome and Introduction - Jo Dallal
19:10 Questions and Answers
20:30 Event close
An experienced Professional Marketing, Research and Training Consultant. Specialist skills include training, facilitating and coaching in Business Strategy, Marketing Planning, Customer Insight and Market Research.
Currently Senior Lecturer in Marketing in the Faculty of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, at St Mary’s University, Twickenham, Module Convenor on both Business and Communications Degrees and manager of Accreditation for the Business School, including the relationship with CMI.
Robin started his career at Taylor Nelson where he developed the Financial Services Division.
He then ran his own marketing consultancy Strategy, Research and Action in the UK and the USA, focusing on business strategy for global and small and medium sized organisations, developing business and marketing plans and global market research programs – this included being a leading Consultant in the Enterprise Initiative launched by Margaret Thatcher, when Prime Minister. During this time he published several books, which focused on the skills for using market research and so became one of the founders of Customer Insight. A victim of 9/11 Robin had to return to employment. As a result he became Head of Consultation at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of
England and Wales, developing the marketing and research systems for the Accountancy profession. He then returned to the service side of marketing to become Head of Client
Financial Services and trainer in trusted advisor skills at Research International, Kantar TNS Global, Kantar/WPP Company He joined Imparta in 2008 as Marketing Training Developer and became Head of Marketing Training in 2012 and has developed Marketing Academies covering all marketing competencies for B2B and B2C marketing skills development. He has also developed a Marketing Skills Assessment tool, which provides clients with feedback on the competencies of their skills in each of their marketing roles assessed on a series of behaviours. He is a member of Faculty for the WPP mini-mba programme delivering Business Strategy, Marketing and Leading in a global environment training programmes for the marketing service group all over the world.
Robin is a Fellow of the Market Research Society and the Chartered Institute of Marketing and Freeman of the City of London; and a member of the Marketing Committee for the Market Research industry legacy project, The Archive of Market and Social Research, working on the strategy to make the archive available to academics and students in Universities. Robin is a British/American dual national born in the UK, and derives his skills from his father, who was a World War Two spy.
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