Business & Marketing World and DevriX are organizing a survey among marketing agencies and companies offering marketing solutions.
The survey form went live on May 7th and currently targets over 300 marketing services providers in the US, Europe, and the rest of the world. The survey includes 20 questions and could be filled out within 15-25 minutes.
We would like to invite all CMOs, VPs of Marketing, Marketing Directors, Marketing Coordinators, CEOs of small companies or any other representative in a leading role of the marketing departments to join our study group.
The goal of the survey is to identify different metrics such as:
- Key areas of operational management in the marketing field
- Challenges faced by marketing agencies
- What are the most common services offered by vendors
- The lowest and highest price ranges for professional marketing solutions
The expected date for publishing the study results is the end of June 2017. The time frame may be extended in order to reach a larger pool of submissions and analyze a higher percentage of the marketing agencies specializing in professional marketing solutions around the world.
Respondents can skip some of the sensitive questions regarding pricing or personal details although all personalized data would be kept strictly confidential. We will aggregate results and provide a high-end overview of the marketing ecosystem to be used as a “reality check” by respondents, other agencies, and businesses looking for professional marketing solutions.
The finalized processed survey results would be published here and pitched to other large media outlets that we work with or partner up with. None of the partners of Business & Marketing World or DevriX would be provided access to the raw data submitted by each respondent.
If you are actively engaged in the marketing activities of your organization, please fill out the survey or send it to your direct managers (if any). Our target is compiling at least 300 submissions before analyzing the results where a higher number of submissions would provide a better overview of the industry as a whole.