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What is a Segmentation Study?

Here's the deal.

A Segmentation Study helps brands identify subgroups of the population that are ideal target markets for their products or services.

Why do you need a Segmentation Study?

Why don't you is a better question.

A Segmentation Study helps you match your brand’s values and messaging with the specific requirements and desires of your target audience.

Segmentation should be done regularly as part of a healthy brand practice. More urgently, segmentation should be part of the initial discovery of new opportunities and growth potential.

The Rebel Way.

Rebel tackles Segmentation Studies through surveying—

  • Market recruited samples based on target audience criteria
  • Customer-recruited samples—current, lapsed, and potential
  • One-on-one interviews or focus groups with the target audience and/or customers
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The Skinny

In order to to do it right, we have to get up close and personal with your target audience. We recruit your target buyer to fully understand what their pain points are and what their journey looks like throughout the sales cycle. If you're asking these types of questions, you may need a Segmentation Study.

  1. Who is our customer and what do they need?

  2. What populations can we feasibly expand to?

  3. Where are the product opportunities in the market?

  4. How do we better direct our marketing efforts?

Segmentation Study Examples

Projects that utilized segmentation studies as a part of their scope.

Featured Case Studies

  • Evolving Customer Experiences
  • Pricing & Growth Strategies

What’s your most wicked business challenge?

We go there. It might get uncomfortable. Growth often is. But using strategy and consumer research, we’ll find truths in places you wouldn’t expect. We’re up for it if you are.