The Homemover & Buyhavioural Data Agency

We deliver strategic data, insight and engagement solutions

Buyhaviour

Reach and acquire high value consumers

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Property Insights

Search numerous property attributes to refine your market

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Media Efficiency

Engage for optimum marketing channel performance

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Why TwentyCi?
31.5m
Factual data points

not modelled or sentiment based

99.6%
Real-time UK property data

covering both sales & rentals

£20:1
Typical ROI

when applying Buyhavioural marketing

100%
GDPR compliant audiences

Explore our client work
Boosting bed sales

Boosting bed sales

Retail
Contextually targeted acquisition for the electrical retail sector

Contextually targeted acquisition for the electrical retail sector

Retail
Marketing acquisition for the home furnishings sector

Marketing acquisition for the home furnishings sector

Retail
Latest

Help avoid your stores from becoming the next statistic

This week the BBC reported that in the first half of 2021, some 8,700 chain stores closed in the UK – this is nearly 50 per day, an astounding number! Now, more than ever before, the cost base for a retailer is being scrutinised by the finance teams, and the need for marketing budgets to be spent in the areas that are going to give them the best return is paramount.

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Just launched! Mind the Gap: A free homemover revenue gap analysis

TwentyCi are excited to announce that we have recently launched our new Mind the Gap campaign: a free homemover revenue gap analysis for businesses to identify whether their marketing is maximising the potential that the massive uplift in homemovers is delivering.

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89% of consumers now feeling some degree of comfort visiting retail destinations

Industry News / Data / 02 Sep 2021

In a recent article in the Retail Gazette, they highlighted that recent Springboard data has found that 89% of consumers now "felt some degree of comfort visiting retail destinations", following the outbreak of the pandemic and the opening of restrictions again. This is positive news for the retail industry, which has been suffering drops of footfall traffic compared to 2019 of around 25% in recent months, brought about by the pandemic. With this positive news that consumers are feeling more comfortable shopping again, how can retailers make the most of this, to try and boost traffic to stores even further?  

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