Rachel Cooper is responsible for strategic planning, account engagement, team management, and project execution. She manages and oversees the market research studies conducted at E Source and works collaboratively across the research department to publish data and findings, with one goal in mind: to help E Source members better understand and interact with their own customers. Rachel has led the development of successful and groundbreaking software, data analytics, and market research products during her 12 years with E Source. And she brings more than 20 years of market research experience to E Source, previously having managed omnibus resident and policy surveys for local governments throughout the US. She earned a BA in sociology from South Dakota State University and an MA in clinical sociology from the University of Northern Colorado. She also holds an Insights Professional Certification (IPC) from the Insights Professional Certification Board for the Insights Association.
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Understanding customers on a personal level and fostering innovation has never been more critical for utilities. Read this interview with Rachel Cooper, Director of Market Research, to learn more about the transformative power of market research.
Did you know? Market research can empower utilities to navigate the hurdles and pressure to meet ambitious goals, maximize their resources, and effectively engage their customers, ensuring a sustainable and successful future.
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