Market research and consulting company named to The Commonwealth Institute’s list of the “Top 100 Women Led-Businesses in Massachusetts.”
Boston, MA | November 3, 2015 – Chadwick Martin Bailey (CMB) was named to The Commonwealth Institute’s (TCI) list of “Top 100 Women Led Businesses in Massachusetts.” The leading-edge market research and consulting firm is among those organizations with the most impressive records of innovation and workplace diversity.
“It’s an honor to, once again, be named among the top 100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts,” said Anne Bailey Berman, president and founder of Chadwick Martin Bailey. “For over three decades, we have strived to be true partners to our world-class clients. Our growth and success is a testament to our exceptionally talented and hardworking employees, and we are honored to be in such prestigious company.”
CMB combines the best of market research, advanced analytics, and business strategy consulting to help executives adapt, innovate, and grow. The announcement comes as CMB continues to expand and develop leading-edge offerings in predictive analytics and mobile optimized design, as well as an innovative approach to emotional impact measurement—EMPACT℠.
About TCI’s Top 100 List
Each year, TCI identifies the Top 100 women-led companies in Massachusetts. Rankings are based on revenue and operating budget, number of full-time employees in the state, workplace and management diversity, and innovative projects. A complete listing of the companies was published in The Boston Globe on October 23, 2015.
About Chadwick Martin Bailey
CMB is an AMA Gold Top 50 market research and consulting firm partnering with a select group of the world’s leading brands to deliver critical insights for confident, strategic decision-making. CMB collaborates on game-changing initiatives, including brand health & positioning, customer journey & loyalty, market strategy, and growth & innovation.
CMB recently introduced EMPACT℠, its proprietary Emotional Impact Analysis. EMPACT℠ measures how brands make consumers feel, how those feelings influence key outcomes, and how those feelings can inform a range of business challenges, including marketing, customer experience, customer loyalty, and product development. Watch the webinar.