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Luntz Global

Our work blends market research with language creation to deliver winning messaging….and no one does it better. We know…it’s a bold statement to make, but here’s why we can make it with confidence. Our creative team is made up of expert wordsmiths that know market research as well as they know language. And here’s what matters most for you: as a result, you get language that is tailored specifically to shift support towards your issue, your business or your goals…word by word, phrase by phrase. Tested, researched and perfected, using innovative polling, comprehensive market research, and instant response dial sessions – we make sure you know exactly what your audience wants, and needs, to hear.

We have counseled everyone from Presidents to Prime Ministers, Fortune 100 CEOs to non-profit organizations, even professional sports franchises and Hollywood creative teams. Our decades of experience make it possible for executives and media-facing professionals to harness the power of language to affect a target audience’s emotions, opinions and behaviors where it matters most. We help you find and use the words that work, and perhaps more importantly, the words you should avoid at all costs.