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Melbourne
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Hearsay

Realise the joy of customer conversations

Hearsay is a SAAS all in one DIY market research tool that streamlines the research conversations process & leapfrogs strategic thinking. Perfect for customer discovery and getting your product launches and marketing plans right. It saves you time and money in admin, prep and ordering of data reducing that all that stress, keeps all conversation data in one system, fast tracks your thinking by ordering the key points for you and skills you and your team up through learning best practice. Perfect for customer discovery and getting your product launches and marketing plans right.

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Tech Lead
Melbourne, Australia
Posted 10 days ago
Accelerators
2020 (October)
Accelerator

Skalata Ventures

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Blog Posts
10th February, 2021
The secret life of the Market Research report

I interviewed a colleague of mine recently who used to oversee the market research for the luxury ca...

21st January, 2021
5 minutes with Skalata VC

Pip was interviewed by our founding investment team at Skalata VC. She shares her pathway to buildin...

14th December, 2020
Fuel or fluff? Why Roar Protein snack packs fail to deliver

According to the CSIRO we need more protein in our diets. Quite a bit more actually, an increase of ...

18th October, 2020
Seed Investment from Skalata Ventures

We are excited to announce that we are now a Skalata Portfolio company and started this week in the ...

8th October, 2020
How can you strengthen your team’s empathy and curiosity muscles?

Mark Ritson is publishing his #ritsonsmonster series at the moment where he looks at the most import...

24th August, 2020
Slashed research budgets should not stop you from talking to your customers

The impact of Covid-19 on the way we work has been extraordinary. Talking with people in the busines...

20th August, 2020
Better commercial outcomes through deeper customer conversations

Investment in big data has dominated most businesses when trying to understand the customer and bran...