How we used a robot to solve a very human problem
In recent years, consumer expressions of "health" and "nutrition" have shifted dramatically, driven largely by Millennials but also the growth of small local and start-up brands. Human problems normally require human solutions. Danone has had past success uncovering insights via deep qualitative and semiotics work. However, the company felt that the explosion of information in the digital space provided an opportunity to take a different approach, and utilise data-driven insights from actual observed consumer behaviours. So, we employed the help of a robot. A robot called Eva.
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