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Selling Insight through Live Commerce in China

Livestreaming e-commerce in China reached 171 billion in value in 2020. The most popular live commerce shows are the ones where hosts open up about who they really are, show how they live their lives and share their honest opinions and feelings...

Catalogue: Congress 2023
Authors: Yingying Gu, Jennifer Liu
September 29, 2023

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Micro-moments that matter: How to effectively target Chinese travellers

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Catalogue: Congress 2019: The Global Data & Insights Summit
Authors: Emma Donnellan, Komal Roy, Yuan Liu
Company: Kantar
September 8, 2019

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What market research can learn from Alexa & Siri

As researchers, providing us access to data from new sources like customer data platforms, voice control, and all corners of the internet could be considered the equivalent of sticking a kid in a candy store! But are we leveraging this? This paper...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2019
Authors: Young Ham, Jason Dodge, Rebecca Southern
Company: Kantar
May 22, 2019

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Unspeakable truths

Ads which trigger any emotion work better than those that don't. Ads which trigger the right emotion work even better. A problem, however, has always been detecting unspoken feelings; the real kinds of emotion that an ad generates. The aim of this...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2019
Authors: Whitney Xi, Rupam Borthakur, Mike Underhill, Bruce Bogle, Natalie Ho, Subba Kumari
Companies: VF Corporation , Kantar
May 22, 2019

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Research to the rescue

Demand for ivory in China has risen dramatically in recent years due to rising affluence and travel. Ivory is traditionally being regarded as precious and prestigious. Our challenge is to make it socially undesirable and change consumer perceptions.

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2018: Data Research Insights Vision Excellence
Authors: Chenyang Li, Wander Meijer
Company: GlobeScan Incorporated
May 13, 2018

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Optimizing customer experience

This paper explains how to apply design thinking elements in the process of creating meaningful service experience among the different customer touch points. How these different touch points are constantly changing in the China landscape, why these...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2017: Discoveries
Authors: Weiwei Zhang, Rebecca Chen
May 9, 2017

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China's mega-app as a storytelling medium

The widespread use of the phone app WeChat by Chinese consumers has created a unique form of digital communication in China.Psychologically, WeChat use has created a unique Chinese digital subjectivity - a WeChat behavioural mindset.Motivated to...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2016: The Business Value of Intelligent Stories
Author: Jerry Clode
November 16, 2016

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Chinese gen Y: The generation of opportunities

This paper offers the key findings from a study done on Generation Y (born 1980 to 1990) in China, providing a close look at these new Chinese super consumers that shape the presence and the future of the mass Chinese consumer society.By exploring...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2016: Get Connected!
Authors: Dirk Ziems, Sami Wong
Company: concept m research + consulting GmbH
May 19, 2016

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Modern killer disease uncovered

It has until now been difficult to conduct large-scale studies in emerging markets efficiently, quickly and accurately. Whereas mobile offers the perfect platform to do that, it has not yet been fully embraced by the market research industry. In this...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2015: Asia Means Business
Authors: Nico Jaspers, Wander Meijer
Company: Dalia Research
June 15, 2015