Blog articles by Wessel Roose

Wessel Roose

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Wessel Roose

Wessel is Senior Research Manager, based in Rotterdam. With over 8 years of experience in market research, he focuses on providing telecom, financial and technology clients with actionable insights for product development, innovation, pricing and portfolio optimization strategies. Wessel holds a master’s degree in neuropsychology from Rijksuniversiteit Groningen in the Netherlands.

How VodafoneZiggo optimized its portfolio by better predicting consumer choices online

How VodafoneZiggo optimized its portfolio by better predicting consumer choices online

By Wessel Roose on August 9, 2019

Understanding decision-making and choice overload in crowded markets

In today’s highly competitive telecommunications market, consumers face an abundance of choices online. To thrive in this environment, your product portfolio strategy should be optimized based on how decision-making is changing. You need to know how customers identify the best carrier and plan for their needs. And that’s where the most accurate customer and market insights can help.

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The future of roaming in the EU

The future of roaming in the EU

By Wessel Roose on February 17, 2016

On October 27th, the European Parliament voted in favor of a proposal on net neutrality. As part of this proposal, it was also decided that roaming costs within EU territory will be abolished, starting June 1, 2017. This does not concern all roaming, but “roaming within the range of normal usage”. It isn’t yet quite clear how normal usage is defined, and we have to wait until the end of this year to find out.

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Move it already! What is holding your potential customers back?

Move it already! What is holding your potential customers back?

By Wessel Roose on November 29, 2012

In many service markets – like telecom, energy and finance – consumers do not switch providers very often and service providers are having trouble activating these potential customers. Even though some consumers might want to switch due to an interesting offer from a new provider, often they still don’t act.

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