Market Research

Using Market Research Data Trends to Improve Your Offering

Sometimes, we’re able to improve our communities and make our residents and prospective residents happier by doing something simple and obvious. Updating rooms, offering new classes and activities, improving the menu – all of these things, and others like them, are things that don’t really require a ton of research, because it’s apparent that they’ll bring residents a lot of benefit. Who doesn’t love a fresh new coat of paint, an enriching new activity with friends or a delicious new dinner option?

Market Research Series: Staying Competitive and Optimizing Your Offering

Market Research Series: Location, Location, Location – Demand-Driven Market Identification

Market Research Series: Reducing Financial Risk Through Data-Driven Analysis

Whether you’re considering a major product expansion, opening a brand-new community or simply weighing your options for making some upgrades to your existing services, it’s likely that one thing above all else is occupying your mind: finances. Making money isn’t the only reason we do what we do, and some investments pay off in more than cash, but the hard fact remains that in order to continue serving the populations we serve, we must maintain a stable cash flow.

Market Research Series: Implementing Strategic Recommendations

We’ve spent a considerable amount of time sharing our ideas and insight into why market research makes sense for virtually every business, no matter what your challenge. At this point, we hope we’ve at least piqued your curiosity!

Market research, when done right, can do a lot: whether it’s identifying demand for a new product or service, projecting possible revenue, predicting the future market landscape or helping you uncover ways to improve, smart market research is a powerful way to create a successful roadmap for your community’s future.

Market Research Series: The Data You Need – In-Market or Desktop Study?

Market Research Series: Market Research – More Than Demand

Market Research Series: Part I

It’s no secret that the team here at Sage Age Strategies places a significant amount of value on the insight and knowledge you can gain from good market research strategies. The communities that work with us to do in-depth market research inevitably discover why, but there is still a large faction of communities – and businesses in general – that don’t seem to grasp or appreciate why market research is not only great for your business, but a critical piece of your success in an increasingly competitive market. 

Smart Market Research for Strategic Expansion

For most successful businesses, market research is a cornerstone of their business strategy. It influences and informs everything from marketing strategy and advertising budgets to sales efforts and service decisions. In a world where too many businesses rely on bureaucratic hierarchy, “gut” feelings, hunches and egos to make critical business decisions, market research stands apart as a data-driven, objective, factual bedrock on which to base your organization’s plan of action.

Using Market Research to Laser Target Your Demographic Audience

You and your team work hard every single day to provide a valuable service to your residents and their loved ones. Whether that means investing in updating your property, hiring the best activity leaders the market has to offer or partnering with local culinary experts to make your dining experience second to none, it all requires a considerable effort, not only in money but in time and energy and brainpower.

Market Research for Better Planning: A Case Study with Clarity Pointe

Market Research

The idea that a single initiative could give you and your team answers about everything from proper pricing models and expected vacancy rates to the ROI of a community renovation may seem like fantasy, but thanks to the world of in-depth data, it’s 100 percent a reality. That data is what comes from smart market research, and it can provide in-depth insight into a whole slew of questions you may have about your community, your market and your audience.

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