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Global Market Research 2021

The 2021 Global Market Research report reviews the size and performance of the data, analytics and market research industry using data collected by national research associations, leading companies, independent analysts, as well as ESOMAR...

Catalogue: Global Market Research
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
September 20, 2021

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What markets to enter when informing a global market strategy?

Global market strategy requires that one know which markets to enter, and when to enter. This presentation describes a case study in global and eastern European markets where markets were clustered on the basis of cultural and behavioral factors, and...

Catalogue: CEE Research Forum 2012: Global Fuel For Local Boost!
Author: Jeffrey Hunter
June 15, 2012

Research papers

It's what inside that counts

This paper offers a case history on understanding local positioning of an international whisky brand in eight Eastern European countries and how this was adapted in line with global thinking and implemented locally. It covers the key issues and...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 2001: Marketing Transformation
Authors: Jane Reid, Steve Crompton
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
September 23, 2001

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Myths and realities of the global young consumer

This paper examines the extent to which the old cliche think global, act local is relevant when marketing to young children. We argue that this hypothesis is most definitely valid for youth markets on a global basis. A global strategy is valid...

Catalogue: Seminar 1997: How To Be Number One In The Youth Market
Authors: David Thomson, Graham Woodham
October 22, 1997

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Seeking common factors for standardization strategy in global marketing

As global business expands, practitioners in this field have desire to control or manipulate their global business strategy. In order to do this, they have to understand the global marketing environment at the same sophisticated level as their...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/JMA/ARF Conference 1995: Triad 2000
Author: Hiroshi Kosaka
June 15, 1995

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Key competitive differentiators

This paper predicates its contribution to marketing and progressive business management on the compelling need in the balance of the 1990's and beyond, to redefine the concept of Positioning in an intensely competitive global marketplace. As...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/JMA/ARF Conference 1995: Triad 2000
Author: Renée Love
June 15, 1995

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Should advertising strategies for international brands be global or multinational?

Phase II is an extension of this study, providing further insight to the issue of global v. multinational strategies, via new quantitative and qualitative data, plus case histories, gathered in countries that have been newly added to the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF/JMA Conference 1992: Marketing And Research Under A "New World Order"
Author: Peter Klein
Company: MSW_ARS Research
June 15, 1992

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A Global marketing strategy responding to national cultures

A proposal for the conceptually desirable Global Marketing Strategy is presented. This effective global strategy which has a standardised pattern across nations should be adapted to national cultures in order to be most efficient. First, the basic...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF/JMA Conference 1992: Marketing And Research Under A "New World Order"
Author: Hiroshi Kosaka
June 15, 1992

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To find opportunities in the youth market

This paper will be presented by Yo! (Youth Opinion International). With contributions from CWA Ltd (UK); the Institut de l' Enfant (France) and Research Data Inc (USA). The paper will draw upon a long history of child and youth research in our...

Catalogue: Seminar 1992: Children And Young People- Are They The New Consumers?
Author: Mick Williamson
June 15, 1992