EyeSee x Google: Pushing the boundaries of in-context online research: Boosting fixtures impact using virtual environments

Date of publication: March 4, 2021

Catalogue: Webinars 2021

Abstract:

A year into the COVID-19 crisis, understanding fixtures impact in real stores is as relevant as ever, especially in countries like France where store experience remains key in the path of purchase. However, research in stores has been significantly impacted by real-life limitations. To surpass them during the crisis, both tech giants like Google and companies from countless other industries turn to Virtual store environments and online research. Join the session to learn how Google used EyeSee's virtual store capabilities for smart learnings, the process of setting up studies for validating store setups and refining messaging, and the value of measuring consumer behavior in a realistic retail setting. 

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