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Brands Deserve Better

This paper introduces the nativity-based view (NBV), a new approach that drives targetingeffectiveness and media ROI with US Hispanics. It draws from a linear acculturation model anddeconstructs it. At its core, the NBV challenges the Hispanic...

Catalogue: Dynamic. Diverse. Digital
Author: Jake Beniflah
Company: The Center for Multicultural Science
June 20, 2022

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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

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Psychological VS geographical space in multi-country marketing strategies

The recent events in Eastern Europe draw a renewed attention to the impact of the environmental and cultural factors in marketing and management. Our marketing and organisational thinking are still dominated by the "country approach" while important...

Catalogue: Conference 1991: International Marketing Research
Author: Jacques E. Andriessens
June 15, 1991

Research papers

For a supply-side marketing in television

The method of study and assessment of television programs and programming set forth here neither seeks nor cares to replace existing approaches insofar as it meets neither the same needs nor the same demands. It seeks rather to complete and enrich...

Catalogue: Seminar 1991: The Expansion of Broadcast Media
Authors: Philippe Baudelot, Margot Levine
June 15, 1991


Research World (December 2004)

More discussion and debate about intercultural issues is needed. Instead of talking about globalisation, generally from the supplier’s viewpoint, it is more meaningful to focus on the challenge of managing diversity, and on the impact and...

Catalogue: Research World 2004
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
December 1, 2004

Research papers

Localization versus standardization of global advertising

The high purchasing power of many of the countries in the Arab World has encouraged the increasing presence of a wide variety of multi-national corporations (MNCs) in this region. In the quest for a unified corporate identity and aided by the fact...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference 1992: The Opportunity Factors To Business Success In The Post War Middle East
Authors: Jehan El-Tigi, Mohamed Wafai
June 15, 1992