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The real why and the hidden who

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Catalogue: Congress 2019: The Global Data & Insights Summit
Authors: Jon Puleston, Christopher Graves
Companies: Ogilvy, Kantar
September 8, 2019

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The magical body mirror

The problem: Is there a fast and easy way to segment consumers in most contexts and across categories? Solution: Develop a new market segmentation model that helps predict personality dimensions, decision patterns, emotions, and attitudes towards...

Catalogue: Fusion 2018 (Big Data World + Global Qualitative)
Authors: Alejandro Salgado-Montejo, Ana Maria Moreno, Rodrigo Salgado, Daniela Greiffenstein, Jorge Alvarado
November 11, 2018

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Barry Callebaut strikes gold with the chocolate of the future

We demonstrate how we helped feed the innovation funnel of Barry Callebaut with product ideas that have a higher likelihood of success. We show the importance of working from a motivational and multi-sensory perspective in uncovering a completely new...

Catalogue: Congress 2018
Authors: Karin Loobuyck, Jasper Scheir, Ludovic Depoortere
September 23, 2018

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Using behavioural affinities on web sites to maximise one's media plan

With the emergence of behavioural measurement and profile analysis on internet sites, companies now have the opportunity to target various Internet populations on a large diversity of web sites and/or channels of site. Setting up one’s online...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference Worldwide Online Measurement 2001
Authors: Bruce Hoang, Daniel Brechignac
June 1, 2001

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Creating an Internet research panel in countries with low penetration

The paper looks into the creation of Internet panels. It reviews why most Internet panels are not randomly recruited: the coverage problem, the difficulties of Internet random recruiting (no sampling frame, high nonresponse and high self-invitation),...

Catalogue: Latin America 2001
Authors: Manuel Barberena, Gloria Labastida
Company: Pearson S.A. de C.V.
May 1, 2001

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Look, no hands!

Two streams of online research have developed. In the first (largely adopted by ‘traditional’ research agencies), traditional survey and/or question-based techniques are undertaken across digital media (rather than face-to-face or by...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Net Effects 2001
Author: Rob Lawson
Company: Engage Research
February 11, 2001

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U.S. Latinos and the cyber revolution

The computer age has dramatically changed the way we communicate, exchange information, and conduct commerce. Much the same way the telephone connected” people around the world, the computer and the Internet will wire the world. However,...

Catalogue: Ethnic Marketing 2000
Author: Isabel Valdés
July 1, 2000

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Site location studies and geodemographics

Most research projects have a geographical dimension - be it a geographically defined survey universe, geographical sampling locations or geographical analysis of the results. In this chapter, we show how knowledge of geography may be applied or can...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Handbook Of Market And Opinion Research
Authors: Barry Leventhal, Jonathan Reynolds
September 1, 1998

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Media fragmentation

This paper will highlight the impact of media fragmentation on overall television viewing habits in the United Kingdom and describe how the viewing of pre-recorded videos fits into this environment. Findings from the VideoTrak service will be used to...

Catalogue: Seminar 1996: Managing Media Data For Market Profit
Authors: Elaine Safier, Caroline Stott
November 11, 1996