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Biometric to optimise customer enagement

The consolidation of digital marketing, the appearance of neuromarketing and the evolution of marketing itself have been challenged to improve their strategies, optimise budgets and maximise the effectiveness of advertising campaigns and stimuli....

Catalogue: Latin America 2020 - Insights Festival
Authors: Francesca Castañeda Fassioli, Andrés Botero Cardona
Companies: Belcorp, Synapbox
October 19, 2020


How to get holistic insights within hours using behavioural science

Consumer insights are the vital element of effective marketing. Creating great communication, building a powerful brand in the age of behavioral economics requires you to understand your audience. Neuromarketing is an excellent extension to...

Catalogue: Congress 2018
Author: Dmitry Gaiduk
Company: CoolTool Inc
September 23, 2018


State of the art of science and evidence based neuromarketing (Spanish)

Neuromarketing emerged during the late 90s, at which point brain-imaging techniques were not as developed as they are today. However, an increasing interest in depicting consumer motivation and brain function and structure emerged.?The ways in which...

Catalogue: Latin America 2017: #IN
Author: Jaime Romano
June 15, 2017

Research papers

A look to the global crisis in Latin America

The result of traditional research, ethnographic observation and neuro-marketing approaches, this presentation is based on a profound understanding of the Mexican experience in crises (beyond the economic crisis), parting from the theoretical...

Catalogue: Latin America 2010: The Innovation Journey
Authors: Alicia Martín del Campo, Gloria Hidalgo
Company: Qualimerc S.C.
May 21, 2010

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The secrets of neuromarketing

Today's marketing research is often still limited to traditional pen-and-paper methodologies or qualitative techniques that imply the risk of subjectivity and the limitation to a descriptive approach with little explicatory potential. Medical...

Catalogue: Latin America 2008
Authors: Alejandra Ruiz-Contreras, Javier Cervantes, Oscar Prospero-Garcia, Philipp Hillenbrand
May 13, 2008


Research World (January 2008)

This month’s issue is typical of the Research World approach of late. It takes an issue that is topical and important - emotional response to brands and how to research this - and looks at it from a variety of angles. David Penn challenges the...

Catalogue: Research World 2008
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
January 1, 2008

Research papers

Brain science

Why do people preferring the taste of Pepsi faithfully buy Coke? Researchers hope to unravel media mysteries with neuromarketing? a new spin on market research, which shuns customer surveys and focus groups in favour of technologies such as...

Catalogue: Worldwide Multi Media Measurement 2006
Author: Keren Priyadarshini
Company: GfK
June 4, 2006