Prosper’s co-founders, Gary Drenik and Phil Rist have been research innovators for the past 30 years. Having pioneered:
- The application of computer intensive statistical methods to large survey samples through their work with Dr. Jerry Friedman of Stanford.
- The development with Drs. Don Schultz and Martin Block of Northwestern’s Medill School of Integrated Marketing of new media allocation models based upon consumption and influence for improved ROI.
- The creation of accurate privacy compliant targeting models for the digital marketplace.
- The creation of predictive forward-looking signals and leading indicators for Wall Street investors to help them create alpha.
The result of their innovative efforts has resulted in recognition as an Inc. 5000 company several times for different Prosper ventures, acclaim from industry publications, numerous research papers published in peer reviewed journals and billions of dollars of new value for their clients.
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What We Provide
Consumer-Based Predictive Intelligence
Prosper is a global leader in “consumer intent” data serving the financial services, marketing technology, and retail industries. We provide global authoritative market information on US and China consumers via curated insights and analytics.
Our mission is to deliver the highest quality “forward-looking” consumer data to our clients so they can make impactful tactical decisions. Our predictive insights help optimize business development strategy and ultimately drive accretive balance sheet performance.
Unique Consumer Data
25 Years Of Consumer Market Research
Prosper Insights & Analytics, boasts a consumer data base of 2 million surveys conducted across the US over the last 17 years. Our Chinese consumer surveys cover the most recent seven years. These datasets act as the catalyst for linking your own unique data to build a complete forward-looking view into consumer spending plans, behaviors, and media influence to purchase.
Our collection of emotional data on happiness, impulsivity, and future plans adds a crucial ‘human element’. This allows you to accurately predict the path your customers will take and gain deeper insights into their “consuming intent” in order to deliver measurable results.