San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 01, 2014
Culturati Research & Consulting, Inc. (Culturati), a leader in multicultural market research for Fortune 100 companies, this month celebrates a decade of helping clients to strategically connect with consumers and shoppers.
Ten years ago, Marissa-Romero-Martin, expert in the U.S. Hispanic landscape, set out to build the best market research company. Her vision was, and continues to be, to lead a company focused on delivering actionable insights, hiring the absolute best researchers, and delivering relentless dedication to research excellence and expert consultation.
Innovation is one of the company’s key drivers and has placed Culturati at the forefront of the cross-cultural research space. Culturati’s CEO, Marissa Romero-Martin said, “Our 10th anniversary represents a great milestone for Culturati. We have come a long way from the days when we focused on U.S. Hispanic qualitative research, to our present full-service business model offering cross-cultural qualitative, quantitative, and online research, as well as facilitation and consulting services. I’m extremely proud of my team; together, we have set the bar high in U.S. Hispanic research and are now doing the same in the Total Market landscape.”
To celebrate this milestone, Culturati today unveiled its new logo. The new crisp and contemporary logo, shown on this page, embodies the company’s growth over the past 10 years and its evolution into a powerhouse of cross-cultural market intelligence and thought leadership. The new logo features a globe design composed of puzzle pieces to represent the company’s meticulous, yet comprehensive and strategic approach to market research in today’s total market space.
Culturati is a full-service market research and consulting firm headquartered in San Diego, California. Culturati conducts in-person and online qualitative and quantitative research, and provides consulting services for the nation’s Fortune 100 marketers with a focus on the Total Market and a specialty in the U.S. Hispanic population.