Cases

  • Berlingske: How We Improved Our Sales Rate Five Times

    Good campaigns lead to increased sales; however, the challenge is sometimes how to secure profitability among the new customers. That is the conclusion after Berlingske Media’s attempt with a high converting campaign, which unfortunately didn’t manage to retain enough of its new customers

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  • danbolig: a Soft Story Told With Hard Data

    When buying a house, you do not only buy the bricks of that house but also the neighborhood, along with its playmates, day-care institutions, and green areas. It’s that story danbolig seek to communicate on their Vores Nabolag (Our Neighbourhood, red.) platform to create interactions and engagement among the home sellers

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  • The Royal Theatre: Direct Mail Campaign with a 14% Response Rate

    The Royal Theatre sent out letters to 25.000 targeted households. The purpose of the campaign was to kickstart the sales of 25 shows of the highly anticipated ballet Swan Lake , which was playing in the autumn 2010 in the Royal Danish Opera House with a capacity of 1.200 spectators each night

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  • The Salvation Army: Retrify Eases Finding the Relevant Data

    All NGOs want to keep down administrative costs to have more money for the actual aid work. This also goes for the Danish breach of the Salvation Army, which, with the help of Retrify, has improved efficiency in workflows and increased their data quality

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  • The Swedish Heart-Lung Foundation: How we increased donor engagement with optimised segmentation

    The Swedish Heart-Lung Foundation have succeeded in driving up engagement and retention on their donors by implementing an optimised segmentation model blending their internal data with relevant external variables. This provide them with a deeper understanding of their segments and, thus, a useful tool to target their content and choose the right channels to publish it in

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