People are naturally curious. They like to find out what they know and don’t know. And they’re naturally drawn to interactive ways to assess their knowledge of the world, their professions, trends, and themselves. CredSpark turns that natural curiosity into actionable data by applying the latest thinking and technology in learning to create addictive, interactive content experiences that drive engagement. A CredSpark experience creates a virtuous circle where your audience learns more about your products, services, & content and you learn more about your audience. We help you harness the power of learning to engage your audience and grow your business.
There are plenty of quiz and survey apps out there. CredSpark is different: We're a learning and discovery platform. We create customized experiences, designed to achieve specific business goals and solve specific business problems.
We're not a fan of the generic. Each CredSpark experience is customized to meet the specific needs and goals of our clients. CredSpark is built around your specifications, not the other way around.
CredSpark was born out of the worlds of education and learning. You'll leverage our expertise to create engagement experiences that deliver the results you want and the insights you need.
At CredSpark, we think there's immense power and opportunity in owning, enhancing, and mining your own audience data. All of the data we collect is yours & we'll work with you to ensure that you maximize its potential.
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