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McDonald's deeper consumer understanding

Unable to develop a truly consumer-centric strategy based on their current research practices, McDonald's endeavoured on a new segmentation approach that enabled them to deep-dive into their consumer segments & need states, learn which ones...

Catalogue: Latin America 2018: Market Intelligence Festival for Latin America
Authors: Oscar Yuan, Volpellier Hernãn Rodrigo
Companies: Ipsos MRBI, McDonald's Corporation
March 15, 2018

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Big Data and research data

We all know companies hold more customer data than ever before, but how can we successfully marry this to primary research? What's the best way to map psychographic data (attitudes, behaviours, responses, etc.) to the data you reliably have for all...

Catalogue: Big Data World 2016: Understanding People Through Smart Data
Authors: Joe Catling, Rupesh Patel
Company: Relish Research
November 18, 2016

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Analytical CRM

This paper describes a new approach for analyzing customer behavior from data collected in customer relationship management systems. The very short response times of the new approach allows one to browse interactively through the variables describing...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 2001: Marketing Transformation
Authors: Reimar Hofmann, Michael Haft, Joachim Herbert, Gerda Jung
September 23, 2001

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Marketing modelling and segmentation

This chapter will focus on the application of modelling with data and research findings (often otherwise collected) to enable businesses and organisations to improve their effectiveness. Underlying methodology will be touched on where it is...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Handbook Of Market And Opinion Research
Author: Paul Freeman
September 1, 1998

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Consumer panels

The word ‘panel’ describes a continuous collection of identical information from a sample which represents a segment of a population to study. It is by definition permanent and repetitive. There are as many varieties of panels as there are...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Handbook Of Market And Opinion Research
Authors: Denis Delmas, Dominique Levy
September 1, 1998

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Transnational non-classical segmentation

Non-classical segmentations/Cluster Analysis techniques based on structures of needs have proven very useful in such a context, not only for identifying market segments/target groups, but also for observing their evolution, comparing their maturation...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/JMA/ARF Conference 1988: Innovation In Marketing, Advertising And Research
Authors: Jean Quatresooz, Dominique Vanmarsenille
June 26, 1988

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Clustering by product usage

Segmentation is one of several multivariate analysis methods which can be applied to market research data; it can be carried out in several ways. This paper discusses briefly some of the possible techniques. The purposes of segmentation which we have...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1974: The Challenges Facing Marketing Research
Authors: Simon Broadbent, Susanna Segnit
September 1, 1974

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Market segmentation

In the broadest sense of the term, market segmentation as a strategy has been with us as long as marketing itself. Essentially, it hinges on the principle that consumers are not all alike, and utilises that principle in the sale of merchandise. Until...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1972: Marketing In A Changing World
Author: A. l. Biel
Company: Ogilvy
September 1, 1972

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The practical application of market segmentation

The aim of this contribution is the evaluation of clustering techniques from the viewpoint of practical marketing application. Clustering techniques (segmentation methods, grouping methods) are procedures that search for and detect natural groupings...

Catalogue: Seminar 1972: Segmentation And Typology
Authors: Andreas Winkler, D. E. Freitag
Company: GfK
June 15, 1972