We undertake fully compliant desk and primary research around the globe, with all key audiences to understand needs, context and behaviours, and the drivers that shape them to change the way customers think, feel and act.
We also support brand development through emotive research - analysing territories, personalities and positioning. And all our research projects are embedded into strategic, customer experience and creative deliverables.
|8th May 2018
Healthcare customers are calling for greater personalisation in care from providers. Here, we explain why personas are the top tool for ensuring your brand meets this need efficiently and effectively.
|4th April 2018
Good insight gives you the tools to create innovative products and services that meet customer’s needs at the point of need. In this issue of Perspective magazine, our in-house insight experts unite to reveal the best practical tools, tips and knowledge for harnessing insight to empower your customers and inspire innovation.
|26th October 2017
What makes a strong brand? One global core coupled with sensitivity to regions and countries. In part two of our series on customer insight and behaviour change, we share our tips on optimising global customer research projects to ensure you get the balance right in an efficient way.
|18th October 2017
In part one of a series on customer insight and behaviour change, Martine Leroy reveals a behaviour framework for gathering sharp insights used to help brand managers and marketers achieve their business goals and create a customer-centric strategy.
|23rd May 2017
What drives us at BLH is the opportunity to make a real difference – and for our clients, that difference is measured both in customer outcomes and commercial outcomes. In the Executional Excellence edition of Perspective magazine, we explore topics around the ‘executional excellence’ theme – creating work that works.
|29th March 2017
Customer Experience Consultant Eimear Power talks through the process of developing Orello, a service for metastatic prostate cancer patients and their loved ones, in collaboration with Janssen.
|1st March 2017
As companies work to find innovative marketing techniques to cut through the noise, influence mapping has seen an increase in popularity. Associate Consultant Pany Koizi talks through how to get the most out of the influence mapping process.
|12th May 2016
In this article, Head of Customer Experience Elisa del Galdo talks us through how market and customer research differ, and in which situations you would use one over the other.
|6th May 2016
It's not easy to design solutions that meet the needs of a wide range of business and customer stakeholders in healthcare and pharma. Adopting a user-centred methodology, however, can help us to define the problem, design the solution, and deliver engaging assets. Stuart Goodman and Anna Tamasi use an eDetail example to show us how.
|29th April 2016
In this article, Head of Insight Martine Leroy tackles the persona. Here, she breaks down for us what a persona is in the context of customer-centric design, and addresses some frequently asked questions about these and other tools used for improving customer engagement.
|5th April 2016
Healthcare is changing. Developments in treatments are taking place faster than ever, more stakeholders are involved in making decisions around treatments, and these stakeholders have different, sometimes conflicting needs. In this context, insight is key to effective marketing in meeting the challenge to deliver value to an ever-broadening range of stakeholders.
|30th March 2016
Healthcare is undergoing a transformative change, which presents challenges to all players in the sector. Established healthcare players like pharma need to control and shape their emerging roles.
In this article, Head of Insight Martine Leroy explores how pharma could learn from translational research organisations in adapting their approach to the changing healthcare landscape.
|15th February 2016
Healthcare is not a consumer-driven market where we can assume that patient-centred innovations will automatically influence adoption within doctor communities. In this article, Customer Experience Consultant Anna Tamasi highlights the most common usability and user experience implications that the digitalisation of healthcare poses on doctors' professional lives.
|20th January 2016
Like other sectors, healthcare relies on insight. Therefore, it isn’t immune to the factors that affect the likelihood of a business to reach meaningful insight.
Head of Insight Martine Leroy explains why it's time to rethink what 'insight' means in healthcare.
|8th October 2015
By getting your positioning right, you can build the motivational, aspirational, and resonant brand story and messaging that will allow your product to become a brand. Head of Insight Martine Leroy delivers her top tips on how to keep insight at the centre of your positioning to best support your brand.
|22nd July 2015
Recently, we’ve worked across multiple brands in oncology on launch and pre-launch strategy, which raises a unique set of challenges in a competitive and highly regulated market. Matt Bolton, Head of Commercial, takes us through the three key points to keep in mind when developing a pharmaceutical pre-launch positioning strategy.
|2nd July 2015
Head of Customer Experience Elisa del Galdo talks through the key considerations for pharma companies when designing and delivering digital patient services from a customer experience perspective.
|28th May 2015
Following her previous piece on patient medical non-adherence, Head of Customer Experience Elisa del Galdo takes a look at the different patient personas that emerge during the diagnosis and treatment pathway. Download her sketchnote of the three personas and read about how to design services for unengaged patients.
|28th April 2015
Martine Leroy and Elisa del Galdo break down what customer experience research is, and why it’s important for pharma companies to employ it in the development of customer-centric products and services.
|4th December 2014
Qualitative interviews and focus groups are designed to tease out customers’ beliefs, attitudes and motivations that underpin their behaviours. Over time, Head of Insight Martine Leroy has found the real magic of qualitative research in collector moments, when the opportunity for a truly emotive connection between moderator and respondent arises and the opportunity is seized to foster discussions that go beyond the brief.
|12th June 2013
Prioritisation is effective multichannel planning, cognisant of existing and desired organisational capability, and built around your customers. This overview provides a number of inputs and models which can assist with the prioritisation of your multichannel marketing as part of your planning process.