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Charting the cultural future of markets

This paper presents a framework for charting the cultural future of markets, from the standpoint of developing culturally insured marketing strategy for a firm. It is drawn from our experience of having to forecast the cultural future of the Indian...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1994: Success Through Adaptation
Authors: Monty Alexander, Rama Bijapurkar, Virginia Valentine
September 1, 1994

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Highly developed research in less developed countries

The paper identifies a trend towards greater sophistication of research in the developing world, and considers how some of the practical issues posed by Third World markets - diversity, religion, culture, language and literacy, sampling problems and...

Catalogue: ICC/ESOMAR Symposium 1984: International Marketing Research
Author: David N. Aldridge
June 15, 1984

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My problem is your problem

The paper is a critical account of the experience of the authors of qualitative market research in the developing countries of the world which have led them to draw up a set of guidelines for qualitative market research. It is put forward that the...

Catalogue: Qualitative Research 1993: A Critical Review Of Methods And Applications
Authors: Tom O'Dwyer, Hala Al-Bassam
Company: Unilever
June 15, 1993

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Measuring the business elites of India and China

If the pundits are to be believed, China and India will rank as the world's first and second largest economies by the middle of this century, surpassing those of the United States and Japan. But surprising as this may seem to some, it merely marks...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2008
Authors: Simon Staplehurst, Jenny Heak, Andrew Green
Company: Ipsos MRBI
April 9, 2008

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Latino youngsters

Youth (defined as 16-25) in Latin America is both an actor and a target of change. At that age, they are either at school (High school or University) or entering the productive world. Not only are they consumers (and vectors of fads, new values,...

Catalogue: Latin America 2008
Authors: Brieuc Martin-Onraet, Gregorio de Villa
May 13, 2008

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Corporate wellness

The BPO industry is one of the biggest drivers behind India's growth. Its workforce lies within the 20-40 age bracket and is part of the generation that 'must not be allowed to fail' if India is to live up to its promise. As such, wellness in this...

Catalogue: Global Healthcare 2010: Trends And Innovation Booster
Author: Chirajeet Sengupta
Company: Evalueserve
March 3, 2010

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New consumerism

The world is facing a power shift: emerging countries are affecting the way the people consume on a global level. This "new consumerism" has a direct impact on revenues, but there is no clear understanding of how these changes affect consumer...

Catalogue: Latin America 2016: Research Renovation
Authors: Steve August, Alejandro Tanco
April 13, 2016

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The emergence of "I" in Indonesia

This presentation exmines if marketing, advertising and social media are encouraging more individualistic expression within Indonesia (which has been traditionally conformist and affiliative), and what this means for marketers, advertisers and...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2015: Asia Means Business
Authors: Monica Cravenetya, Satish Pai
Company: Deka Marketing Research
June 15, 2015

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The Karma of give & take

Powerful forces of culture can impact the adoption of the modern notion of e-commerce. In India, myths that date back a thousand years still affect the psyche in relation to e-commerce. It would be misleading to assume that the trajectory of...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2015: Creative! Collaborative! Cool!
Authors: Raji Bonala, Abhijit Patnaik, Misha Mathew
November 18, 2015