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Information technology

This paper discusses the relationship between market orientation and the application of information technology. A scale for measuring market orientation is developed. From a survey the characteristics of organizations with a certain market...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/EMAC Symposium 1996: Research Methodologies For 'The New Marketing'
Authors: Cor N. Molenaar, Frans W. Plat, Janny C. Hoekstra, Peter S.H. Leeflang
Company: Ogilvy
November 1, 1996

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Marketing research plan for the launch of Auto Oggi

This paper shows two interesting experiences in the Publishing World: 1. The possibility of "exporting" a successful Magazine from one country to another country;2. The validity of the marketing oriented approach already widely tested for Mass Market...

Catalogue: Seminar 1987: Publishing For Optimum Profit
Authors: Arnaldo Aisa, Luisa Pogliana
November 25, 1987

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Radar dynamics

RADAR DYNAMICS is a continuous M.M.I.S. designed to serve the pharmaceutical industry with a continuous flow of information on what takes place in the market and why changes occur. RADAR DYNAMICS is based on continuous collection of quantitative and...

Catalogue: Seminar 1987: M.M.I.S- Useful For The User
Authors: Viveka Linde, Hasse Abrahamson
June 15, 1987

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The marketing of a marketing research agency

The author proposed a number of theses, concerning the marketing of the marketing research profession. Based on his experience with INTER/VIEW Holland, he provided a number of practical guidelines for developing a marketing oriented research...

Catalogue: Seminar 1987: Strategies For Service Management
Author: Frans Goudart
Company: Burke, Inc.
June 15, 1987

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Move to market focus revitalises research at McGraw-Hill publishing

In January, 1985, McGraw-Hill Inc a $1.4 billion publishing and information supplier, underwent a dramatic reorganisation. The corporation had moved into the 80's with a myriad of broadcasting, print and other information products, organised under...

Catalogue: Seminar 1985: Quality In Publishing
Author: David P. Forsyth
November 27, 1985

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A book as a mass product

The Marketing Oriented approach and the use of appropriate tools in terms of Advertising and Market Research permit to obtain successful results not only in the traditional Mass Market markets, but also in the market of pocket books sold by...

Catalogue: Seminar 1985: Below-The-Line And Sponsoring
Authors: Arnaldo Aisa, Silvana Biasutti
November 6, 1985

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Marketing research criticized by consumerism (German)

There are primarily four fields in which, in the stage of information collection, points of attack by consumerism are to be found: 1. Different models of consumer behaviour; 2. Neglected feedback of ex-post information; 3. Short-sighted strategy of...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1974: The Challenges Facing Marketing Research
Author: Guenther Müller-Heumann
September 1, 1974

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Marketing research criticized by consumerism

There are primarily four fields in which, in the stage of information collection, points of attack by consumerism are to be found: 1. Different models of consumer behaviour; 2. Neglected feedback of ex-post information; 3. Short-sighted strategy of...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1974: The Challenges Facing Marketing Research
Author: Guenther Müller-Heumann
September 1, 1974

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Some experiences in consideration of marketing aspects in corporate planning

The paper begins by emphasising the new aspects of corporate planning and mentions, that every industrial undertaking has yearly and medium-degree plans, but long-range plans are elaborated rather for industrial branches and for the people's economy...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Congress 1973: The Application Of Market And Social Research For More Efficient Planning
Author: G. Lehoczky
September 1, 1973