As a contact point with the customer, the commercial route itself more and more becomes the subject of research. In order to take full advantage of the interaction with clients, visitors and passers-by, research focusses on what consumers need and expect and how a retailer positions in the market. All forms of interaction can be potential points of improvement or differentiation. The retail point itself, the contact with the employees and the offer are examined in order to optimally streamline the purchase process.
Information is required on who the (potential) customers are, what they look for, how to reach them and how to improve sales both on the shop floor and online. Day One has years of experience with research for retailers and e-tailers. Based on the information needed, we propose the optimal research trajectory to affect results in a positive way.
Any decision can be supported in this way, in a quick and budgetary accessible way. This allows for new ideas or concepts to be tested in advance and examined how they contribute or deliver value to specific solutions.