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Changing the brand image

This paper proposes to reconsider the attitude of marketing researchers on brand image. Two examples are put forward, both of them concern transportation. The brand image of automotive products is determined, apart from the "objective” knowledge...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1975: Quality In Research
Author: Louis Marton
August 1, 1975

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Marketing to women in traditionally male markets

The paper discusses the influence of more non-married women, more working women, more supermarket shopping and a generally increased need to share activities with their husbands, as reasons why women are encroaching into traditionally male markets.

Catalogue: Seminar 1980: Social Change Analysis As A Tool For Strategic Planning And Decision Making
Author: Maggie Stanway
June 18, 1980

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Psychographic analysis of the Mexican (Spanish)

The research had two main objectives: Get to know the typologies of the Mexican on one hand, and relate them with coffee consumption. 2688 interviews were taken house by house within 27 cities of the Mexican Republic. The main results obtained were...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1992: The Race Against Expectations
Authors: Abraham Nadelsticher, Fausto Rivero
Company: Nestlé
September 1, 1992

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Beyond the rocking chair

At a recent conference in New York on the issue of age stereotypes, the spokesperson said: "Old people are ugly, decrepit, stupid, forgetful, toothless, sexless after sixty-five, ready to fall off the conveyor belt of life... this is the way the...

Catalogue: AMA/ESOMAR Conference 1981: From Advertising To Communication Research
Author: Rena Bartos
June 15, 1981

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Psychographic analysis of the Mexican

The research had two main objectives: Get to know the typologies of the Mexican on one hand, and relate them with coffee consumption. 2688 interviews were taken house by house within 27 cities of the Mexican Republic. The main results obtained were...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1992: The Race Against Expectations
Authors: Abraham Nadelsticher, Fausto Rivero
Company: Nestlé
September 1, 1992

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Bias: Three fingers pointing back!

This paper is a call to action to think about bias in a different way - by going back to basics. It is an outline about how to develop greater empathy from the beginning of a project to the end. Far from a touchy-feely or soft” ...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2017: Back to the future
Author: Katja E. Cahoon
November 10, 2017

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21st century woman

Only 23% of women across Latin America actively agree there are enough women on TV they can relate to. That's a shocking statistic and a stark demonstration of the need for research that explores and explains how women really feel about their lives...

Catalogue: Latin America 2015: Carnival of Insights
Authors: Pavel Escobedo, Antonio Flores, Beatriz Mello, Fernando Roca, Lina Roncanci, Lissette Valdes-Brito, Jo McIlvenna
June 15, 2015

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Hello quintastics!

This study showcases how combining methods to form a 360° approach can provide mind-blowing insights and lead the field of qualitative research into new directions. In this whitepaper, we share why we embarked on this research, what we did, how we...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2017: Back to the future
Authors: Liesbeth Gerritsen, Pernille Kok-Jensen, Sandra van Vemden
Company: MARE
October 30, 2017

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Thought leadership from win

Half of the population is women, making it a large and attractive market for many companies, but many are struggling to adapt. Women are still seen under certain stereotypes and it is still difficult for some companies to achieve a real and lasting...

Catalogue: Congress 2018
Author: Urpi Torrado
September 23, 2018