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Revue Française du Marketing (Février 2004)

Le marketing sensoriel peut se définir comme un «ensemble de variables d'actionscontrôlées par le producteur et/ou le distributeur pour créer, autour duproduit ou du service, une atmosphère multi-sensorielle spécifique, soit...

Catalogue: ADETEM: Revue Française du Marketing
Author: ADETEM
Company: ADETEM
February 1, 2004

Research papers

A new approach to old questions

The method, described at some detail in the paper, can be briefly summarised as having people act as their own editor. After being shown selected audio visual stimulus respondents are provided with transcripts, still photos, and actual programme...

Catalogue: Seminar 1995: Looking Through The Kaleidoscope
Authors: Brent Macgregor, David E. Morrison, Michael Svennevig
December 1, 1995


Lack of engagement? Artificial Intelligence to the rescue!

The plummeting of response rates figures is a very well-known issue in the Market Research industry. While the possible ways to deal with this issue are plentiful, an unavoidable candidate is engagement, in particular among Millennials. We test the...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2018: Data Research Insights Vision Excellence
Author: Joaquim Bretcha
Company: Netquest
May 13, 2018

Research papers

The art of research narratives

There will be critical changes in the communication of research data over the next five to ten years, as corporations place increased value on successful research transfer.Entertainment methods of 'visual storytelling' will gather momentum as an...

Catalogue: Congress 2006: Foresight
Authors: Alec Bernstein, Laura Robin, Monika Zych
Company: BMW Group
June 15, 2006


See the data, be the data

Data visualisation in the market research context needs to do three things:1. Convey information in a quick, easily understandable and memorable way. 2. Engage with the audience – get them thinking about what the information might mean, how they...

Catalogue: Congress 2013: Think Big
Author: Deb Sleep
June 15, 2013


The icon experiments

This presentation will present the result of some ground breaking primary research exploring the communication power of icons and infographics in both the gathering and communication of research data.

Catalogue: Congress 2015: Revelations
Authors: Adam Frost, Jon Puleston, Satsuki Suzuki, Tobias Sturt
Company: Kantar
June 15, 2015

Research papers

Novel segmentation techniques (Spanish)

Most image studies make use of attributes that attempt to describe the target audience’s perception. However this approach suffers from a clear bias in rationality by limiting the information to what is translatable in verbal terms....

Catalogue: Latin America 1999: Marketing In Latin America In The 21st Century
Authors: Carlos Quezada Guzman, Emilio Martinic
June 15, 1999

Research papers

The dimensions of attractiveness in women's magazines

The paper describes a comprehensive analysis into images of female attractiveness that have been used in women's magazines. The research reveals that there are six different attractiveness types and each type is Perceived to have substantially...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/FIPP Conference 1999: Strategic Publishing
Authors: Ada Giaquinto, Michael Edwardson, Kip Williams, Ladd Wheeler
June 15, 1999

Research papers

The future looks creative

Collaborating with external experts, particularly designers, in order to attract and develop new skills, opportunities and solutions for delivering insight in more visual and more creative ways is advocated in this presentation. Our industry is...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2012: Informing Strategic Decision Making And Action
Authors: Laura Fry, Kath Harding
Company: GfK
November 8, 2012