“When we decided to come to Manchester, it had a lot of the things that you want in a city. It had a great arts and culture scene. Our goal is to attract young professionals.”
Sometimes we are in the news and sometimes we write articles for the news. Here you will find all the “thought leadership” pieces we have written and publications where others have written about us. If you want to learn more about our project work and results, please peruse our case studies.
New Hampshire’s Union Leader Announces Maia Strategy’s Office Opening
“The arrival of the market research firm from New York is the kind of story ripe for a PR campaign touting the Queen City as a place to relocate your business.”
HP and Maia Strategy Present at SCIP 2015 Global Conference
Paul Santilli, HP’s WW OEM Business Intelligence and Customer Insights Executive and Lisa Hicks, VP of NY-based Maia Strategy Group, present at the 2015 Global Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professionals (www.scip.org) conference, attracting some 600 attendees from around the globe.
HP/Maia Voice of the Customer SCIP Presentation
Building Value for the Customer Experience Through “Voice of the Customer” Intelligence presented by: Lisa Hicks, Vice President, Maia Strategy Group; Corbin Miller, Senior Manager, Maia Strategy Group: Paul Santilli, Senior Manager, WW OEM Business Intelligence and Customer Insights, Hewlett Packard.
CMO Council Article “The Road to Winning”
Lisa Hicks, VP at Maia Strategy Group, shares insights into an intelligence tool that will guide CMOs in upping their organization’s sales game.
Moira Koch, VP at Maia Strategy Group, writes in her online blog for Drug Store News that a key tool emerging in mobile commerce for CPG brands is the use of gaming to engage consumers.
The New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS), the New York City Council, and the Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation at New York University (NYU) Leonard N. Stern School of Business today held the first class of Strategic Steps for Growth, a premiere executive management training program for minority and women business owners.
While retail channels push radio frequency identification (RFID) technology development, the Department of Defense has taken the lead on RFID among government agencies.
Retailers and manufacturers are pondering whether, in a world of augmented shopping via mobile devices, we will see a shift away from traditional e-commerce.
Moira Koch, VP at Maia Strategy Group, writes in her online blog for Drug Store News that shoppers are not yet switching to mobile purchasing. Shoppers are largely using their smartphones to gather product information, compare prices and make decisions.