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Research papers

Acceptance of a new product relies upon communication. As an example: Introducing of disposables in French hospitals

The purpose of this paper is to show the lesson a manufacturer of disposables can learn from a study and how he used its results in a concrete way to communicate with the decision makers in order to promote his products. This shall be the object of...

Catalogue: Seminar 1973: Communication And Diversification In Pharmaceuticals, Hospital Supplies And Allied Fields
Authors: Louis Tuvee, Jean Bigant
June 1, 1973

Research reports

Sauce mixes

Colman Foods introduced its SauceMixes (also in laminated packs) about 3 years ago and by heavy advertising have about a quarter of the market, butKnorr appears now, by advertising and promotions to befighting back. Colman Foods are now...

Catalogue: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive Collection
Author: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive
June 1, 1975

Research reports

Qualitative research on a third Hai Karate fragrance advertising

It is intended to launch a third Hai Karate fragrance nextyear as a tactical measure to recreate and reinforceinterest in the brand. It is known that people 'go through'Hai Karate as a gift and a new fragrance may be a way ofencouraging them to 'look...

Catalogue: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive Collection
Author: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive
December 1, 1975

Research reports

Qualitative research on Dairylea

For ten years now Dairylea sales have shown a fairlyconsistent decline. J. Walter Thompson feel that consumers need to bereminded about the natural goodness of Dairylea, toencourage them to value it more highly.To this end, the Agency has devised a...

Catalogue: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive Collection
Author: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive
March 1, 1979

Research reports

Black Magic advertising

Recent research has indicated a lack of excitementand interest in the Black Magic product, particularlyvis a vis Bournville Selection: in the light of theintroduction of Bournville Selection, consumers maybe re-evaluating the qualities of Black...

Catalogue: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive Collection
Author: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive
July 1, 1977

Research reports

Project 061

Project 061 is the relaunch of Park Drive Tipped and involves:1. A new Pack;2. Introduction of a Coupon Gift Scheme withCatalogue;3. Development of launch and follow-up advertisingcampaigns. This research was designed in order to assessconsumer...

Catalogue: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive Collection
Author: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive
August 1, 1970

Research papers

"What if" this promotion had not been run at all?

Two experiments are presented. One deals with "in shop" promotions, the other with "in home" promotions (coupon delivered at home). Both aimed at estimating to what extent promotion actually boosted the sales (thus generating a profit to be...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Contribution Of Research To Decision Making Promotions
Author: Alain Kling
June 15, 1976

Research papers

Research among travel agents

"Retailer" research among travel agents is much-practised but rarely published except in the form of promotional references. This paper takes the opportunity of quoting from two fully published enquiries (albeit old ones) to examine the field, since...

Catalogue: Seminar 1967: Travel and Tourism
Author: A. D. Wilson
June 15, 1967

Research papers

Below-the-line promotion to the medical profession

From 1948 on, the pharmaceutical companies, mainly American, began to build enormous sales of branded drugs by promoting to the medical profession. In the United Kingdom their main customer has always ultimately been the National Health Service and...

Catalogue: Seminar 1971: Below-The-Line Activities
Author: D. C. Wren
June 15, 1971