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Revue Française du Marketing (Septembre 2003)

Les professionnels, qu'ils soient distributeurs ou producteurs, accordent depuisquelques années un intérêt croissant au marketing sensoriel. Preuve enest l'apparition de nombreuses enseignes dont la particularité est de proposer aux...

Catalogue: ADETEM: Revue Française du Marketing
Author: ADETEM
Company: ADETEM
September 1, 2003

Magazines

Revue Française du Marketing (Février 2004)

Le marketing sensoriel peut se définir comme un «ensemble de variables d'actionscontrôlées par le producteur et/ou le distributeur pour créer, autour duproduit ou du service, une atmosphère multi-sensorielle spécifique, soit...

Catalogue: ADETEM: Revue Française du Marketing
Author: ADETEM
Company: ADETEM
February 1, 2004

Research papers

Direct olfactometry and gas ography as a tool for the dynamic semantic characterisation of fragrances?

This paper presents a new method for fragrance evaluation: Direct Gas Chromatography-Olfactometry.All tests were performed with a set of six fragrances representing the sweet and 'gourmand' trend emerging during the 1990s. A preliminary study...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Fragrance Research Conference 2005
Authors: Barbara Rega, Jean-Marc Sieffermann, Julien Delarue, Pierre Giampaoli
May 15, 2005

Research papers

Aroma psychology

The rather intricate process of odour perceptation and evaluation defies any exact measurements of consumer responses to fragranced products. This paper will discuss a psychological approach towards fragrance evaluation leading to a theory of...

Catalogue: Seminar 1993: Consumer Research In Fragrance Business
Author: Hans-Otto Schmidt
June 15, 1993

Research papers

Where does fragrance fit into the product concept?

The data reported here come from a much larger study involving the marketing language used with fragranced products. The goal of the original set of studies was to identify what language drove interest in a fragranced product, for a set of 30...

Catalogue: Fragrance 2007
Author: Howard R. Moskowitz
Company: Moskowitz Jacobs Inc.
November 14, 2007

Research papers

A world of chicken flavors

During the spring and summer of 2007, Givaudan sponsored and QualiData executed a global ethnographic study to support the discovery and development of novel chicken flavors. Aiming for intensive consumer immersion at the point of flavor creation,...

Catalogue: Congress 2008: Frontiers
Authors: Michael P. Cook, Hy Mariampolski
Companies: QualiData Research Inc., Givaudan
September 26, 2008

Research papers

The four moments of experience

Influence the return of investment through science driven packaging design.Problem: There are no clear guidelines to connect ideation and innovation, design, and evaluation when it comes to the development of product packaging.Solution: Develop a ...

Catalogue: Congress 2017: Visionary
Authors: Alejandro Salgado-Montejo, Carlos Velasco, Luis Ariza, Rodrigo Salgado, Ana Maria Moreno
September 5, 2017

Videos

When you can smell the feel and touch the colour

This presentation experiments with a completely out of the box methodology to help innovation labs get better inputs in product development – unbiased, more discriminating.Innovation teams need help with exploring only texture articulation and...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2014: Research Renaissance
Authors: Runa Gupta, Vartika Hali, Vishal Sampat
June 15, 2014

Videos

Sensory semiotics

This presentation will review recent thinking on how cultural phenomena can influence sensation.Brands rely on cultural meaning for their value, so the creation and management of that meaning is critical. We know that (i) the meaning a brand...

Catalogue: Sensory Forum 2015: Marketing Meets Science
Author: Fiona McNae
June 15, 2015