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Flood warning

How can traditional research techniques accurately, yet sensitively and dispassionately capture the impact of a traumatic event on the lives of ordinary people? How do you begin to disentangle a complex, unique and emotionally charged natural...

Catalogue: Congress 2008: Frontiers
Authors: Krishan Lathigra, Philippa Makepeace, Amrita Sood
Company: GfK
September 26, 2008

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Loser, hero or human being

A research without questions asked? The consumer in lead of moderation and analysis? Results in the form of consumer generated cartoons of archetypes and 200 consumer generated stories? Our presentation is exactly about this: a narrative project that...

Catalogue: Congress 2008: Frontiers
Authors: Wim van der Noort, Jochum Stienstra
Company: Ferro Explore!
September 26, 2008

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Social graph theories

Has the monopoly of traditional population segmentation criteria and sampling methods come to an end? Can demographics (employment, age, sex, ethnicity, etc) or behavioural (consumption and cultural habits) criteria be replaced by new "community...

Catalogue: Congress 2008: Frontiers
Authors: Anthony Hamelle, Guilhem Fouetillou
Company: Linkfluence
September 26, 2008

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Media reach

in a few years the number of communication supports has multiplied significantly. nowadays, announcers benefit from a large offer that combines both the strengths of advertising mass communication (large media) and the advantages of a targeted action...

Catalogue: Congress 2008: Frontiers
Authors: Philippe Jourdan, Luc Wise
June 15, 2008

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Storytelling with international millionaires

This paper is the story of how UBS, their global advertising agency Publicis and Spring looked at the rarefied world of High Net Worth Individuals, using innovative storytelling research to understand the key relationship dynamics that drove them....

Catalogue: Congress 2008: Frontiers
Authors: Sarah Hamburger, Patricia Lawry
September 26, 2008

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Truth beyond common beliefs

The deduction of partial utilities within conjoint analyses is based on the assumption that people maximise their utility (homo oeconomicus). This assumption is contradicted by a broad swathe of empirical findings which have demonstrated that people...

Catalogue: Congress 2008: Frontiers
Author: Florian Bauer
Company: IRIS Network
September 26, 2008