BCE regularly supports clients in defining a structured and repeatable approach to assessing past successes and failures then optimizing the response to win competitive business via our Competitor Conversion Framework.

BCE asked respondents to identify brands that are doing a "great" or "poor" job marketing in light of the pandemic.

Remote service models have become increasingly attractive for capital equipment and infrastructure manufacturers given the shrinking workforce of skilled maintenance technicians and engineers.

Following the emergence of COVID-19 in March, consumers saw the lifting of societal restrictions as the most important indicators for resuming spending. In the last month, signs of economic health have become more important.

Last month, we saw that the rise of COVID-19 led a portion of consumers to pull back from their normal spending behavior. In the past month, consumers who paused purchasing appear to be regaining their confidence—fewer consumers overall are putting their purchases on hold.

BCE has collected its COVID-19 resources all in one place. We are here to support you and your organization.

This subscription-based model provides clients real-time access to BCE research capabilities – desktop reviews, conversations with market sources and/or in-depth interviews, and surveys.

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BCE advises clients on strategic, operational, and tactical issues to drive profitability and revenue growth.

We have experience supporting clients across a broad set of B2B and B2C markets. In industry sectors ranging from aerospace to healthcare to technology, we have worked with senior leaders to crack their toughest global business challenges.

BCE leverages market-driven data as the foundation for our recommendations. Central to our philosophy is the idea that recommendations should be practical and achievable.

Our firm’s total value is driven by a combination of robust internal research capability, partner-led engagements, and cost.