Analyst Sessions

Bringing Econsultancy research to life with virtual and face-to-face presentations from our expert team

Placing your challenges in context

Our expert-led analyst sessions bring to life the latest research, trends and best practice in an interactive format, while helping to put your organisation’s challenges into context.

From intimate ‘lunch and learns’ through to global live streams and internal marketing conferences, these engaging presentations are designed to encourage questions and spark discussion.

Included in all Enterprise subscriptions.

The structure of a typical session:

– 45 minutes presentation +15 minutes Q&A
– Delivered via webinar or in-house

We regularly focus on new cope topics, from the latest trends in digital and ecommerce to the skills and behaviours required by markers to excel in the digital age. Benefit from the knowledge and experience of our highly-regards industry experts producing world-class research, taking part in a discussion centred around your organisation’s challenges.

Digital Transformation

96% of marketing leaders say that Covid-19 lockdowns increased the priority of digital transformation at their company.

2021 Digital Trends

We look at the most significant strategic, digital and behavioural forces that will drive marketing strategy in 2021 and beyond.

Ecommerce and Best Practice

In response to Covid-19, many brands have had to review their approach to ecommerce in terms of strategy, operations and fulfilment.

What’s next for Customer Experience?

Outlines what marketers need to understand about CX management for the future and will provide frameworks and examples of good CX practice.

Understanding the Customer

Practical advice around ways to better understand customers and turn data and information into actionable insights.

Analyst sessions are exclusively for Enterprise subscribers and must be booked 4+ weeks in advance. If you are interested in booking a session with us or want to know more, please contact analyst.sessions@econsultancy.com