Custom research

Pinpoint opportunities for tech-driven growth

We help companies understand the opportunity for growth in technology-led products and services in B2B business services, to help them plan for product development and market expansion, through custom research and market analysis.

Emerging technologies, such as AI, are enabling new companies to expand rapidly while established companies struggle for growth and survival. Our custom research is aimed at both these groups – to help the former achieve more, and the latter to leapfrog ahead of the competition.

How it works

We scope out the requirements with you and conduct market research using our own databases of market information as well as fresh third party research, to assess the opportunity, and report back to you

What we do for you

A detailed report will be produced and presented to you showing the findings of our custom research, analysis, insights, and recommendations.

Business leaders are struggling to navigate the technology ecosystem

According to recent Emergence research, nearly 40% of respondents indicated that a lack of tech knowledge or skills has been a barrier to automation investment.

Nearly 30% of respondents indicated that a complex and commoditised automation ecosystem is standing in the way of investment.

Our custom research and tailored market analysis can help you see through the hype to pinpoint which technologies you should be investing in.


Are businesses making the most of emerging technology? Find out in our survey of 500 senior IT decision-makers.
Why outside perspectives matter

“No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it” is a quote often attributed to Albert Einstein, but we think it applies to our approach too.

In an era of intense disruption and unpredictable markets, it’s natural to get tunnel vision as a company. Bringing a wealth of experience to the table, our team cuts through the fog that may have descended – and we do it with agile and fast-moving communication, bypassing the siloed or slow-moving approach of large consultancy firms.

We’ll immerse ourselves in your business to take you out of your comfort zone with interactive and authentic consulting, taking a holistic view of your opportunities for innovation and the barriers to change.

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Exploring the new normal
We undertook a four-week consulting programme to complement Taylor Vinters’ lockdown strategy review, by taking a broad look at the organisation and identifying opportunities to improve resilience and agility, in the short term and longer term. The programme included staff and leadership team interviews, statistical analysis, and diagnosis of key areas of disconnect across the business.
“One of the great things about working with Emergence is that they become part of your team. They don’t work in a silo. As a result, they really consider the cultural impact that technological change will bring and take into account how best to manage this.”
  • Ed Turner
  • Taylor Vinters CEO
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