Maru/Matchbox: A Year in Review of Insights and Research

Where did 2018 go? At Maru/Matchbox it went by in a blur or at the speed of business as they say.

As we all wind down for the year, it seems like the perfect time to look back at the biggest company news and most interesting thought leadership pieces.

We would hate if you missed something.

Here is a quick recap of 2018 at Maru/Matchbox.

January

News

We kicked off the year adding expertise to our Financial Services team.

January 8

January 22

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February

Yes, February is a short month, but that did not slow down the great content we publish twice a week.

February 14

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Maru/Matchbox can also be found on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram.

March

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April

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May

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June

News

June 22

A key addition to the team lead our innovation projects and drive the future of our research solutions.

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July

News

July 23

In 2018, our Qualitative team continued to add industry expertise.

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August

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September

News

September 17

In 2018, the organization focused heavily on bolstering the Retail insights team. It was a success. 2019 will be huge in this space.

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October

News

October 3

The Qualitative Center of Excellence, managed by Tommy Stinson, grows again.

Maru/Matchbox published it’s first book. The Insight’s Revolution: Questioning Everything, written by Andrew Grenville.

Order today on Amazon.

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November

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December

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It was a great year at Maru/Matchbox. We are looking forward to the new year and helping all of our clients connect the dots with their customers.

Happy Holidays.

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