Blog articles by Kelly Vrachimis
To achieve sales and marketing goals, brands need to know how customers make purchase decisions. But another key element of the consumer journey is often overlooked: the post-purchase experience. KitchenAid, a premium kitchen appliances brand, knew they needed to look beyond the point of purchase to uncover opportunities to build customer loyalty and grow their business globally.
KitchenAid had previously done some shopper research focused on the US, but needed to expand their knowledge and action plans globally, and recognized that a lot has changed in the way people shop and use appliances since they did their initial research, pre-COVID.
How could KitchenAid make sense of “messy” consumer journeys and experiences and uncover new opportunities to delight their customers?