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Targeting doctors in the Middle East - Is it just a mirage?

This paper will review the segmentation, classification and targeting of doctors within the context of overall promotional activity in the Middle East. Using Saudi Arabia as a specific example, it will discuss current methods and examine their...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Global Healthcare Conference 2003
Author: Jim Ryan
February 23, 2003

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Every grey cloud has a silver lining

Senior citizens have the time to enjoy life, but the way they do that and their needs and desires differ per individual. Senior citizens cannot be seen, nor handled, as a single homogeneous group.They can be segmented based on their need to control...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Worldwide Qualitative Research Conference 2003
Authors: Vanesse van Eeghen, Liesbeth Gerritsen
Companies: MARE, Ogilvy
November 5, 2003

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Segment optimization

A cornerstone of marketing theory is that segmentation can play a crucial role in any marketing strategy. The purpose of this paper is to offer an approach that integrates the subjective and objective aspects of segmenting markets to enable the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference on Marketing 2004
Authors: Douglas MacLachlan, Michael Mulhern
October 10, 2004

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Making market segmentation studies more useful

The paper is based on experience in design, interpretation and application of five market segmentation studies for consumer products using samples of 600 to 2000 respondents in West Germany and Argentina and research into variables particularly in...

Catalogue: Seminar 1982: Classifying Consumers
Author: Gerhard Kleining
June 15, 1982

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Research on perceptions of quality of service among clients and branch personnel

The paper concentrates on findings and conclusions from research studies among retail bank-customer subgroups on one hand, and among personnel in SR-BANK on the other. Some service concepts will evolve, as will some possible psychographic...

Catalogue: Seminar 1985: Assessing And Improving The Quality Of Financial Services
Author: Geir Sandgren
February 1, 1985

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A comparative analysis of alternative segmentation methodologies

Using behavioral data, two alternative segmentation methodologies, regression and cluster analysis, were compared on the basis of rigor, reliability, parsimony, interpretability and strategic implications for retailers. Regression analysis is the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1989
Authors: Douglas J. Tigert, Stephen J. Arnold
September 1, 1989

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The use of life-style research for the analysis of eating habits in Austria

The present paper contains the results of a typology concerning the eating habits of the Austrian population. The basic data were collected as part of a large life- style-survey among 4000 persons. Therefore it becomes possible to analyse far...

Catalogue: Seminar 1989: Is Marketing Keeping Up With The Consumer?
Author: Gunda Plasser
June 15, 1989

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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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A new macro-level segmentation model for business-to-business marketing

In consumer markets, marketers and researchers have traditionally used demographics (sex, lifecycle, income, socio-economic class) to segment markets. Other segmentation bases have been proposed and used (psychographics, values), but "demographics"...

Catalogue: B2B Marketing Seminar 1994: Reengineering Of Traditional Market Research
Author: Geoff Alford
June 15, 1994