Why we use conversations, not interviews, to drive insights.

More flexibility leads to better insights for brands and businesses.

The single best way to gain insights into your customer, and your potential customers, is to talk to them. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not advocating that enterprises big or small ask customers what they want. But I am advocating for them to think of…

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Brand/marketing executive, former Netflix, MZ. I write on startups, strategy, business, culture & design. Also on Instagram @craftbarry @inthechipswithbarry

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Barry W. Enderwick

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Brand/marketing executive, former Netflix, MZ. I write on startups, strategy, business, culture & design. Also on Instagram @craftbarry @inthechipswithbarry

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