MarketFitz’ core services include:
- Strategic planning
- Business Planning (including financial projections)
- Marketing planning
- Market research (including customer feedback)
- Marketing analytics (including ROI calculations)
- Performance metrics and tracking systems development
- Financial evaluation of proposed marketing investments
- Staffing models and evaluation
- Virtual, or interim, Chief Strategy Officer services
- Brand definition and brand audits
- Retreat facilitation
- Keynote and other presentations
Unique Clients, Unique Solutions
We customize our services to meet our clients’ specific needs. Since no two clients are alike, our work varies widely in scope and design.
On the other hand, nothing helps you understand what MarketFitz can do for you like an example or two.
To illustrate how we work with clients to improve or meet their marketing objectives, we have prepared some representative case studies for your review. These are just a few of the clients with whom we have worked. If you need more information, or would like additional examples, please give us a call. We would be happy to complete the picture.
Defining a strategic path to success.
Project Objective: The management team at University Mechanical Contractors, Inc. (UMC) was preparing to update its strategic plan. In order to reduce risk and improve potential returns, UMC wanted to understand how both UMC and the competition were perceived by their target markets, and what potential opportunities might exist for the organization to create a
Improving results by focusing efforts.
Project Objective: After an extensive search, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center had identified and hired a new Vice President of Development to help the organization meet very aggressive fund development goals set by the Center’s Board of Trustees. The organization had also allocated funds for a new marketing director role. With such ambitious organization
Identifying audiences with the most opportunity.
Project Objective: Seattle Repertory Theatre was interested in exploring ways to arrest and/or mitigate the impact of declining ticket subscriptions. Although individual ticket sales remained steady, annual subscription ticket sales, which provide a more reliable revenue stream, had been declining. SRT was also interested in learning what subscription program attributes would increase customer satisfaction and