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Research

Saturday, April 14th, 2007

Five-id is able to conduct many levels of research, both qualitative and quantitative.
Projects that we have been asked to research include market and industry analyses, competitor analyses, audit research and mystery (ghost) shopping.
Research supports the development of an effective marketing strategy
Effective research enables small businesses to take an outside-in perspective, giving them a realistic view [...]

Strategic Business Development

Saturday, April 14th, 2007

Five-id works with clients to create targeted programs for their products and services.
We assist the client in identifying the strategic positioning that should be taken, supported by market research, customer segmentation and market positioning.
Five-id will work with small businesses to develop Strategic Plans that will guide the business for the period determined.  This process is [...]

Marketing Planning and Management

Saturday, April 14th, 2007

Five-id provides support to small business on numerous levels and can assist you with all your marketing planning and specific marketing project management.  Five-id aims to deliver enhanced business profitability through improved marketing strategy and marketing plan development.
We have created marketing plans for many small businesses and are active in monitoring the marketing performance of [...]

It’s time to give your business plan the KISS of life!

Saturday, April 14th, 2007

By Natasha Anich
April 14, 2007
Have you ever tried to write a business plan? How far did you get? A recent Five-id study of women in business in Brisbane found that 44 percent of women are not formally making plans for their business.
If you are amongst the 44 percent, what put you off? Was it the [...]

Women making plans: research findings

Friday, April 6th, 2007

From a recent research study conducted by Five-id in Brisbane of women in business, it was found that 60% have a marketing plan for their business.  Of the 60%, only 39% had a plan in a written form.  The remaining 61% fly by the seat of their pants and don’t use measurements to gauge the [...]

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