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Companies that successfully integrate data and creativity grow their revenues at twice the average rate of S&P 500 companies.

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Data does more than drive performance. It ignites our creativity.

Jan-Eric Anderson

President

In an era of performance marketing and pressure to deliver short-term results, data is critical. But to truly gain the attention of today’s consumers, your brand needs data and a creative soul. In other words, data and creativity should never compete. Creativity transforms facts and figures into compelling insights that inspire big brand ideas beyond just marketing and advertising metrics. And those ideas have to make an impact in the minds of your audience. If not, what good was the data? At Callahan, we believe data and creativity are equal partners. We integrate this power combo across everything we do – from brand strategy to content, retail, media and measurement. Using data and creativity in tandem can drive both long-term brand health and deliver short-term business results.

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Kristin Demel

DIRECTOR RETAIL STRATEGY

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Article

Are the retail basics still relevant?

Kristin Demel
Retail Strategy Director

Learn how retail basics are still relevant in a post-pandemic environment and how retailers should prepare.

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Four critical lessons for retail segmentation

Danny Schumann
Analytics Director

Learn four critical lessons in retail segmentation based on our recent project with a CPG client.

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Callahan’s role in reshaping a retailer’s buying process

Kristin Demel
Retail Strategy Director

Learn four ways your brand can be a strategic partner to buyers based on a recent case study and learnings from an assortment planning project with a major national retailer.

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2020 happened. Now what?

Kristin Demel
Retail Strategy Director

After a year like 2020, it’s time to focus on regrowth. Maximize your brand’s growth using this checklist, and be ready for more change and adaptation in 2021.

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