Congratulations to BARE International for earning Elite Company status from Mystery Shopping Professionals Association Americas. This will be the record seventh consecutive year BARE has earned this prestigious title.
Quirk’s Media writes, ‘There are many different ways to measure and gauge customer and user experience. Companies that specialize in CX and UX use a range of tools and methodologies – from more traditional methods like surveys to more tech-based techniques like eye-tracking and biometrics – to give insight into how to your users and customers interact with your brand, products and services and provide ways to improve those experiences.’
‘BARE was founded in 1987 by Dale Bare and Michael Bare. At the time, Dale had her own public relations and marketing business and Mike was a regional director for a chain of Mexican restaurants.
Jason Bare, Global Vice President for BARE International, has been chosen to sit on the Board of Directors for the Americas division of Mystery Shopping Professionals Association.
Bare International held a Mystery Evaluator Meetup in its Budapest office in May. Therefore we would like to thank all the Evaluators who participated, for taking the time to give us the opportunity to get to know you much better.
“Where is the catch?”. “Oh, it’s a scam”. “It is too good to be true”. “The company just wants to rip me off”. “Yeah, I think mystery evaluation is a scam”. “They just want my data”.
Are the statements above familiar to you? We are sure some of them are. If you have ever wondered if mystery shopping was real then you don’t have to make up new conspiracy theories anymore. It is real. And it is a pleasant way to earn some extra money.
Recently Bare International created a video where Vicky Martinez Dorr, Global Marketing & Communications Director of the company answers the most frequently asked questions. The “cherry on the cake” is that you can enjoy the video with subtitles in your own language.
We at Bare International understand if you are uncertain, actually this is completely normal, and this is one more reason to watch the video. Vicky Martinez Dorr talks about the payment procedure, data safety, the registration process and much more.
Watching this video you can have a better understanding of what you want to get into. Enjoy the experience!
If you still have questions, don’t hesitate to contact us. We look forward to assigning your first mystery visit.
Join Joseph Klibansky as he gets ready for The Challenge 2015. Learn about the man behind the artist, how he got to paint on one of the sexiest canvases ever, a Porsche 911, and which car he will turn into pure art as he takes to the wheels himself.
Joseph Klibansky is one of the top young contemporary artists of today. He is about to enter his first “The Challenge – a private rally”. A supercar tour that kicks off on August 31 in Berlin and will take him through 10 different cities and cover thousands of kilometres. Get to know the man behind the artist and how he came to design a Porsche for the Gumball 3000, as we get ready for the live coverage of Klibansky’s Roadtrip.
Klibansky’s own race towards stardom started with a blast. A business graduate, he found his passion for art in the digital sphere when he was 23, and now, at just 31, is widely appreciated by collectors around the world for his dynamic paintings and sculptures. “When I do something I want to do it fast because I feel a strong urge to communicate,” explained Klibansky.
A rebel with a team
Klibansky received a lot of support from the art world which allowed him to re-invest his earnings and grow to a team of 17 people today. “It’s about believing in yourself and reinvesting. You are never self-made, you always need a great team that trust your vision,” said Klibansky.
A rebel at heart and with the sixth gear in place, he didn’t stop to study Fine Art. He knew what he wanted to do and went for it. Klibansky brings positive energy in every piece he makes, “Aesthetics are important. Everything I create has to have an attractive energy that lures the viewer in,” explained Klibansky.
Painting the sexiest canvases on earth
Little did he know that one day, his canvas would be a Porsche. “I got an offer I couldn’t resist, to combine my art with a piece of automotive excellence.
“You might have spotted the Porsche 911 Turbo in the Gumball 3000 Stockholm – Las Vegas. It took me about 1,5 months to finish it but turned out to be one of the most photographed cars in the rally. Can you imagine a more amazing canvas than that?,” Klibansky continued.
Everything is just more exciting when you drive a supercar
His passion for motorised vehicles started as a kid, when at the age of 12 he got his first cross bike. “I’ve always been a petrolhead. When I’m driving I feel free and creative and my mind is at its most productive.
“You wake up like a kid at Christmas. There’s an excitement in the air. You start the engine, the sound, the acceleration. How people perceive you and turn their heads as you come driving through the streets. There’s an attraction. Everything is just more exciting when you drive a supercar,” enthused Klibansky.
This year for The Challenge rally, Joseph Klibansky is ready to take it to the next level, his imagination has no limits and he will design another exclusive new Art-Car. This time using five of his artworks. Which car will get the lucky draw this time around when Klibansky takes to the wheels himself? What would you chose? Check out the Klibansky ArtCar Reveal for yourself.
Follow Klibansky as he gets ready for The Challenge. Exclusive insights brought to you by We Are Cars, Powered by Bare International.
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Joseph Klibansky makes large-scale, idealistic digital paintings that are built up through hundreds of layers of photography enriched with acrylic paint on archival cotton paper overlaid with a liquid resin. His work conveys a layering and compression of time, space and place creating new narratives by creating dreamy images of cities, combining past and future.
A Dutch artist at 31 with worldwide fame, he broke a record at the age of 28 when he sold a work for €40000. That’s an international record for such a young artist.
We Are Cars and BARE International
We Are Cars is the community for a new generation of customer experience in the automotive industry. We Are Cars keep serving the latest news related to classic- and supercars, bringing awareness to car manufacturers’ transformation to a customer satisfaction and experience industry.
We Are Cars is Powered by BARE International, a global leader in customer experience with solid experience in the Automotive industry. Their customized Automotive services have proven track records of delivering performance, improving results for even the most savvy and demanding industry leaders.
The Challenge 2015
The Rally kicks off in Berlin 31 August and ends in Athens. The supercars will really through 10 different cities and more than 4000 kilometres. The participants and their supercars won’t know until the day of departure where they should be heading to next. Each day a different city.
The Challenge 2015 on Facebook
Bare International, a global leader in customer experience development, is looking for thousands of car enthusiasts in 17 European countries to evaluate the service level at Nissan car dealers.
In 2015 the Nissan Programme will drive a new wave of customer experience to better meet the needs of both its customers and its dealer network.
Customer experience is increasingly becoming the competitive advantage of car manufacturers. As customers demand more personalisation and connection with the product, manufacturers strive to deliver the ultimate service experience during the car purchase and in after-sales service.
Bare International helps automotive industry leaders deliver performance
“Our customised automotive services improve results for even the most savvy and demanding industry leaders”, says Guy Van Neck, General Manager of Bare International Europe.
Customized research will help Nissan to create a strong long-lasting relationship with the customer. Bare International through its ECX Formula have unique, industry leading methodologies to ensure the results have a positive effect on the customer experience.
The Evaluator – also know as a Mystery Shopper – plays a key role in the research process
To become an Evaluator for the Nissan Programme, registration with Bare International is required. Evaluators must be between 21-65 years of age and have a valid driving license. Once registered they can easily check out nearby car dealers and schedule a visit. Each visit is rewarded with a payment and it is possible to make multiple visits.
“There are three scenarios to choose from”, explains Shaalan El Sayed, Recruitment Manager:
- You act as a potential customer who is interested in buying a Qashqai, Juke, Pulsar, Note or Micra and want to take a test drive
- You act as a potential customer who wants to buy an electric car, and want to take a test drive with the Nissan Leaf.
- You have a Nissan and need to get it serviced.
The programme is available in: UK, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Russia, Poland, Sweden and Norway.
Reference code 101 is to be used to indicate interest for the Nissan Programme upon registration.
For more information contact: Vicky Martinez Dorr, Global Marketing Manager of Bare International. +32470060101
To learn more about Bare International visit https://www.bareinternational.com
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