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Intellicast S3E30 – John and Jeremy Zogby of John Zogby Strategies


Welcome back to Intellicast! We have another great episode for you.  Today, Brian Lamar is joined by John Zogby and Jeremy Zogby of John Zogby Strategies.

They discuss a new research report series that they have launched called The Main St. / K St/ IntellgenSEER. We learn what the idea was for it, and how it came to fruition. Jeremy and John also discuss some of the goals they have for it going forward.

Jeremy then gives us a quick preview into some of the topics the first report covered, as well as what is going to be covered in the second report. This leads to a great discussion on how quickly the world is changing, and the need to understand what people are thinking will come next. 

In the final segment of the interview, Brian discusses the Zogby Report podcast with John and Jeremy, and what to expect next from it.

This is a great interview.

You can download your free copy of The Main St. / K St/ IntellgenSEER here.

You can learn more about John Zogby Strategies by visiting their website here.

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