‘The Uses of Research’ – Segmentation: HMRC

Segmentation changed the culture at HMRC so it became customer-focused and stopped thinking of non-payers of tax as criminals. Find out how the strategy paid off in the third in our video series on The Uses of Research from the exclusive partnership between Marketing Week and Quadrangle.




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