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Ending Period Shaming in East Africa, and Beyond, for Good

The impact of shame on women and girls is a complex and multi-faceted issue that is at the core of thisresearch paper. How does shame touch the lives of girls and women? Does it have lasting repercussionsbeyond the initial experience of feeling or...

Catalogue: Congress 2022: 75th Anniversary
Authors: Amelie Truffert, Rhonda Fontaine, Paul Drawbridge
Company: Ordinary Differences
September 23, 2022

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The rules of the game

Key findings from new research that provides insights on the practical application of gamification techniques, particularly in APAC, are highlighted in this paper. The authors explore how differing cultural tendencies might affect someone's...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2017: Discoveries
Authors: Jennifer Serrano, Pete Cape
Company: Research Now SSI
May 9, 2017

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New visions

Luxottica used research to help them to understand the barriers behind the resistance and what actions could overcome them. China, India and Brazil were identified as key countries that would help understand barriers and identify actions. The overall...

Catalogue: Congress 2016: #WOW
Authors: Simona Sbarbaro, Giuseppe Tonolini
September 22, 2016

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The joy of research

Global brands are increasingly facing the challenge of gaining relevance in local cultures. While a ‘glocal’ approach seems the natural way to go, in reality, mapping local regions and developing a strategic approach for each while...

Catalogue: Congress 2016: #WOW
Authors: Adelina Vaca, Leticia Chárraga
September 22, 2016

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Irish cities uncovered

As a global company, the Heineken portfolio (Sol, Desperadoes and Tiger) use mass communication channels. The danger of this strategy is that it ignores social and cultural diversity in locations where much of its drinkers' culture is shaped: cities....

Catalogue: Congress 2015: Revelations
Authors: Guy Perrem, Sheila Cunningham
Company: MCCP, The Planning Agency
October 1, 2015

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Globally irrational, locally rational?

Behavioral economics(BE) has been a big trend in market research and as it spreads across the globe, we need to consider whether we're as irrational as we seem to be. Insights from BE are often portrayed as universal human tendencies despite the fact...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2015: Asia Means Business
Author: Elina Halonen
June 15, 2015

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Comparing apples to pommes

B2B organisations are increasingly challenged with reaching a global and diverse target audience. In order for insights to be actionable across borders, researchers and marketers should be aware of the cultural biases that are at play when conducting...

Catalogue: B2B Forum 2014: Leading-Edge Research For B2B Marketing Excellence
Author: Conor Wilcock
June 15, 2014

Research papers

There's no such place as Chindia!

Universal concepts like motherhood, beauty, achievement and power, which many of our clients' brands are built o, can mean very different things across cultures. As growth for global brands increasingly starts to come from culturally diverse Asian...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2013: Asia On The Move
Authors: Anjali Puri, Poonam V. Kumar
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
April 7, 2013

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Research communities in Asia Pacific

How are research communities being adopted in Asia Pacific - in Japan, China, India, or in Singapore and Vietnam? Is the future more likely to be MROCs or Community Panels, small and qualitative or large and quantitative? Research communities are one...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2013: Asia On The Move
Author: Ray Poynter
April 7, 2013