Effective March 31, Dr. Rob Stone will serve as the company's CEO and George Wilkerson will serve as President. Phil Giroux will continue in his role of CFO with oversight of the Market Strategies corporate and operations departments.
SGCC's Consumer Pulse and Market Segmentation Study finds five distinct segments based on a nationally representative survey of beliefs, behaviors and demographics conducted by Market Strategies International.
According to Wilkerson, technology is ahead of the consumer adoption curve, and there is a tremendous opportunity for companies to create loyal customers by helping them understand emerging M2M technologies and their associated benefits.
As provisions of the ‘‘Affordable Health Care for America Act'' continue to come into effect, there is a tremendous need for employers across the country to learn about its impact on their businesses and employees, according to the results of Health Care Reform 360, a new national study by Market Strategies International.
Indications point to a possible net 10 percent reduction in access to employer-sponsored health benefits as of January 2014, according to the results of Health Care Reform 360, a new national study by Market Strategies International.
Seventy-nine percent of Americans claim to know little or nothing about the smart grid, while 76 percent lack knowledge or understanding of smart meters, according to results of the latest Market Strategies International E2 (Energy + Environment) Study.
Seven out of ten Americans say that it is important to expand the use of Electric Vehicles (EVs) as a way to reduce dependence on foreign oil, according to results from the latest E2 (Energy + Environment) Study.
When asked a series of questions regarding what they would do if merchants stopped accepting various methods of payment, or introduced minimum charge amounts, many consumers' first response simply would be to “stop shopping at that merchant.”
Results of Market Strategies' Consumer Financial Outlook study, conducted September 23-29, show that consumers with the good fortune to win the lottery would be conservative with their winnings and pay off their debt first.