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Research papers

Car owner's attitude change

In this paper we discuss some of the results and implications of an experimental study of changes in car owners' attitudes to their cars. In particular, we are interested in how their attitudes develop from the time the car is first purchased through...

Catalogue: Seminar 1977: Ways And New Ways Of Data Collection
Author: Douglas J. Johnson
November 1, 1977

Research papers

Research tools for business strategies

The paper highlights the commitment of General Motors to marketing research, not for the sake of doing research but as a tool for making decisions and taking actions on the marketing scene. It shows how research has paid off for General Motors and...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/MERF/IAA Conference 1994: Challenges And Opportunities For Research In The Middle East
Authors: Roy Rutherford, Peter Wise, Joseph Khoury
January 1, 1994

Research papers

Product testing in an engineering company

The "engineering company" referred to in the title is, in fact, one of the very large American-controlled automotive manufacturers with whom I spent some time heading up the market research activity. For a researcher the unique fascination of these...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Congress 1967
Author: Alan M. Leyshon
August 1, 1967

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Market intelligence in the vehicle supply chain

The retailing of new motorvehicles is now in the process of major change, as the principles of lean manufacturing are extended to distribution. New supply systems should transform the selling process. Customer information gathered through the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/EMAC Symposium 1996: Research Methodologies For 'The New Marketing'
Author: Philip Wade
November 1, 1996

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Gain mobility by new forms of vehicle utilisation and mobility management

‘Mobility management’ is a global concept of various policies to ensure the efficient sustainable satisfaction of mobility demands. Intermodality including all transport carriers will provide an increased quality of life and added value....

Catalogue: International Automotive Marketing Conference 1998
Authors: Conrad Wagner, Heiner Schmeck
June 15, 1998

Research papers

Ford's multicultural strategy

Ford of Canada has approached the problem of a heterogeneous Canadian market with a great deal of sensitivity. Historically, Ford has not been as successful matching its penetration of the Quebec market to levels obtained in the rest of Canada. This...

Catalogue: Ethnic Marketing 2000
Authors: R. Scott Evans, Pat Richards
July 1, 2000