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Brands that have core users that are mostly older than 30 can easily lose their relevance over time, and fail to be aspirational to a new generation of users. Brands such as Victoria's Secret, Gap, UK retailer Debenhams, South African retailer Edgars...

Catalogue: Creativity. Connections. Community.
Authors: Charlene Van Zyl, David Wright, Karlien Kriegler, Marguerite Steyn
Companies: Woolworths, Hello Ara
July 15, 2022

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The importance of contextualisation in interpreting consumer needs

The primary objective of this paper is to highlight the importance of understanding the context within which consumer needs are expressed and how this influences the type and tonality of communication strategies and campaigns. In essence the authors...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference On Age 2005
Authors: Cliff van Wyk, Refiloe Mataboge
January 30, 2005

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Development of a trust barometer

There is an increasing demand for companies to be held as accountable towards multiple stakeholders in society as they are towards customers and shareholders. Despite the high awareness of good corporate governance and the mounting reporting on the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 2003: Management, Accountability and Research
Authors: Retha Groenewald, Andrea Rademeyer
Company: Ask Afrika Pty Ltd
September 14, 2003

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Driving Africa - Women. Now!

The paper throws light onto the attitudes held by women, across ages and cultures, in the reality of the 'new' South Africa.It is based on a four month syndicated qualitative study undertaken in the middle of 2001, using a variety of elicitation...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Qualitative Ascending Conference 2002
Author: Christiane Gabriel
November 10, 2002

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Cultural adaptation and differences from a South African perspective

This paper describes and explains ethnic diversity within South Africa, and how this translates in terms of cultural adaptation, differences and change pre and post apartheid, and potentially in the future. The hypothesis presented is that ethnicity...

Catalogue: Ethnic Marketing 2000
Authors: Debi Fletcher, Tessa Pintusewitz
July 1, 2000

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The Internet and the changing role of market research

Internet based research is very experimental in nature due to the rapid development of the Internet. Because of this rapid growth, theory has been slow to catch up. As Harris (1997) points out, marketing activities on the Internet can largely be...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol.10: Marketing Research in a .com Environment
Authors: Peet Venter, Meyer Prinsloo
June 15, 2000

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The Internet and the changing role of market research

This paper addresses the important role that the Internet plays in a changing market research environment. It uses case histories as a backdrop to analysing the problems and advantages associated with Internet-based research. It also identifies...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Net Effects 1999
Authors: Peet Venter, Meyer Prinsloo
June 15, 1999

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Your repertoire or mine?

Because of the increasing number of channels available to subscribers in the pay TV environment in South Africa, including niche channels, information on viewing habits with regard to cross channel-viewing becomes important. This paper focuses on...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF Seminar 1998: Electronic Media And Measurement Trends
Author: Heather Kennedy
June 15, 1998

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The hen and chicken approach to multicultural research

This paper gives an overview of the complexity of South African society, with special reference to cultural, language and geographical differences. It clearly illustrates that South Africa has a variety of cultures similar to the United Europe - but...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1994: Success Through Adaptation
Author: Danie Malan
September 1, 1994