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In the fall of 2022 we started a journey that turned out to be a true pioneering effort in the democratization of AI/ML Deep Learning NLP models, and the building of a truly innovative app that we humbly believe will change market research. But what do you do when you move your service based platform […]

Your Learning Journey Begins in SEEQ App

The world of research is evolving rapidly, and staying ahead of the curve is essential for businesses to make informed decisions. Your journey into the future of research starts with SEEQ App, where innovative technology meets authentic storytelling, revolutionizing the way you gain insights. With SEEQ App, you can unlock the power of human storytelling […]

Share More Stories Expands Its SEEQ Platform With New SEEQ App

This year marks a pivotal moment for Share More Stories (SMS) as we intend to unveil the newest addition to our offerings to enhance human connection through the use of storytelling and data analytics. That development is our new SEEQ App, as part of the SEEQ platform that enables users to leverage the power of […]

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Learning with Customers and Employees Using SEEQ App

As you know, Share More Stories has been on a journey to help companies connect and learn with their customers, employees and other stakeholders. We’ve learned a lot about our customers’ biggest pain points with market and employee research, and applying insights that enable better decisions. Their frustrations hit on four themes: speed, affordability, scale […]

FOT23, Our Future-Forward Insights Project, Is Ready to Launch!

November 1, 2023 update: Future of Travel Phase 1 is complete and the report goes on sale this month! We’re also signing up sponsors and potential participants for Phase 2. Get all the latest info here.  As many of us gear up to travel to reunite with family and friends for end of year holiday […]

Sojourn, America: An Introduction

“Are we just waiting for everyone on the other side to die, so we can declare victory?”  This might be the question we ask ourselves as we observe our behavior and the behavior of others in the midst of ideological conflict, social change, political disagreement, and more fluid racial and cultural identities and  lived experiences. […]