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In-The-Moment Mobile Research Informing Marketing Strategy Like Research Never Has Before

As a human insights-driven organisation, URC requires accurate and robust consumer information to inform marketing strategy and the innovation pipeline. Historically this was achieved via large category specific U&A studies, which would then...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2023 - Innovation
Authors: James Fergusson, Karen Reyes
November 22, 2023

Research papers

In-The-Moment Mobile Research Informing Marketing Strategy Like Research Never Has Before

As a human insights-driven organisation, URC requires accurate and robust consumer information to inform marketing strategy and the innovation pipeline. Historically this was achieved via large category specific U&A studies, which would then...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2023 - Innovation
Authors: James Fergusson, Karen Reyes
Companies: URC, MDI
November 22, 2023

Research papers

Mobile - The future of marketing in Asia Pacific

Once online, digital becomes the medium relied upon most. In Asia Pacific, the future of digital is very much mobile, although this role in consumers' lives is changing. The presentation is underpinned by a combination of mobile passive meter...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2012: Asia Kaleidoscope
Authors: James Fergusson, Fiona Buchanan, Joseph Webb
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
April 17, 2012

Research papers

Bridging the digital divide in qualitative research in emerging markets

Mobile enables insights into the 'moment of truth' as never before. Despite mobile outnumbering online 3:1 and mobile being the irrefutable future of digital, the global market research industry lags as mobile is yet to become a mainstay data...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2011: Increasing Value Through Simplicity
Authors: James Fergusson, Navin Williams
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
March 20, 2011