Research Marketing Consulting Coaching

Markets Change. Constantly.
New social trends, cultural shifts, competitors, priorities and desires.

At True North Insights, we dig into perceptions, attitudes and motivations to uncover how your prospects think, feel and behave today.

  • What is relevant about your product  in their life?
  • How do they engage with your product?
  • How do they compare your product to the competition’s?
  • Does the company’s brand promise align with customer perception?
  • What will boost their likelihood to use more of what you offer, and even refer it to others?

Ultimately, our research provides you critical information necessary to strengthen your brand, drive sales and increase your market share amidst ever-changing social landscapes.

Email us today to learn how we can help your company build your brand.

What We Do

From questionnaire design and focus group facilitation to final report — it is our passionate intention to provide you with usable, actionable intelligence.

We go above and beyond, deeper than surface.
During our work, we often uncover unexpected core truths about your customers that guide the strategic direction to uniquely position your brand.

Our great pleasure is knowing that our findings are being put to immediate use toward growing your business.  See how we have helped our clients.

“The truth is more important than the facts”
Frank Lloyd Wright (1869 – 1959)

Why We Do It

It is our fervent belief that successful, sustainable businesses are founded on deep knowledge of their constituencies.  Thriving companies understand their internal teams’ and customers’ likes, dislikes, wants, needs, fears, motivations and aspirations — and they use these insights in everything from product development to marketing communication and business strategy.  Our own desire for success hinges completely on our clients successfully leveraging research results to shifting their strategy to greater effectiveness.

Contact us today and let us help you grow your business.

“All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered;
the point is to discover them.”
Galileo Galilei (1564 – 1642)