At Nanos, we believe that small steps can lead to large insights. We are regularly in the field with a national omnibus surveys. We’ll sit down with you to learn about your challenges and work on your challenge together. The results can be used to conduct a strategic assessment of your current challenge or can be the basis of a broader mission plan for you to achieve your market or mind share objectives.
The following table details how we approach our strategy projects.
Strategic AdviceA global advocacy organization turned to Nanos to provide strategic advice on how to best capture the “hearts and minds” of the public, decision-makers, the media and stakeholders for their flagship campaign.
Issue and Crisis ManagementAfter being publically criticized in the media, a leading industry association turned to Nanos to provide strategic advice and communications recommendations based on public opinion research.
Mission PlanningA charitable organization which provides services to youth in one of Canada’s largest municipalities turned to Nanos to conduct research and provide strategic advice on branding and the development of a constituency of support for the organization.
Regulatory GuidanceIn the lead up to a regulatory consultation, leaders from Canada’s media industry retained Nanos to conduct research and provide strategic advice in order to achieve positive outcomes from the process.
Positioning RecommendationsAn industry association from the food and beverage industry retained Nanos research to conduct research and identify natural positive opportunities which enhance the reputation and business interests of the industry.
Long-Term Strategic PlanningAn organization representing organized labour retained Nanos to conduct research and help develop a long-term strategy to positively nurture opinions of unions and unionized workplaces.
Language and Content FramingWhen working to create an education campaign to resolve complex social problem, a leading industry association turned to Nanos to provide strategic advice and identify messaging opportunities to mobilize the public and the government.