Size, profile and segment your potential market with robust, representative and reliable data and actionable insight. Go beyond your ‘usual suspects’ to understand your potential for growth, attract new visitors, and reach different audiences.
We’re trying to create a venue for an audience who might find even the word ‘museum’ off-putting…[MHM’s] insight has informed absolutely everything we’ve done.
Kerry Vasiliou, Learning and Engagement Manager, Blackpool Showtown
You might be an established cultural organisation wanting to increase your market penetration and attract more visitors. Equally, you might want to expand your market and attract new, different and more diverse visitors. Or you might have secured funding for a brand-new museum, or a major redevelopment project, and want to make sure there’s a market for your offer. Either way, you’ll need robust, representative and reliable real-number estimates of the size and demographic profile of your potential market, together with rich insights into what motivates your audiences to engage with culture and what barriers might prevent them from attending, and actionable strategies for reaching and engaging them. We offer market appraisals, market segmentation and rich, funding-compliant audience development plans to help you engage more audiences, more deeply, with your offer.
Audience Atlas whole-market studies define the culture market in your geographic area, support realistic target setting and identify your potential markets.
Who to target, how to reach them, and how to evaluate success.
Reach and communicate efficiently and effectively with your market by clustering them into groups with shared characteristics.
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Interested in expanding your audience reach but not sure where to start? Get in touch with Director Jo Brehaut to discuss your organisation’s specific needs and explore what solutions MHM could provide. As Director of our Australasian Division, Jo leads innovative projects across the territory, providing transformative insights and expert strategic advice to ensure client sustainability and growth.