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Report on qualitative research on Aero advertising

The original version of the 'Biting Bubbles' commercial was researched in August 1976. It proved to be appealing, mainly for its slogan, the chocolate sequences and the catchiness andmemorability of the song. A second commercial hasbeen developed...

Catalogue: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive Collection
Author: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive
March 1, 1977

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An example of syndicate research

This paper shows an example of the optimization and reduction of a research budget. In 1977 an important research took place, based on 700 telephone interviews, 300 complete descriptions of stores, 300 interviews with points of sale managers, and...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1978: Value For Money In Market And Social Research
Authors: Francis Georgel, Jean-Pierre Piotet, Michel Haski
September 1, 1978

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The restructuring of Japan's pharmaceutical business

Japan has only rudimentary pharmaceutical distribution capabilities overseas where competition is also intense. Thus, the outlook for the current core of the national Japanese pharmaceutical industry is bleak. There is no clear evidence that a...

Catalogue: Seminar 1981: International Pharmaceutical Marketing Research
Author: Leif Schaumann
September 1, 1981

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Product/assortment policy from the point of view of manufacturers and retailers, based on a special analysis

The conflict of targets between manufacturers and traders with regard to the product-line to be carried is already existing as long as there are dealers selling merchandise produced by somebody else, the producers. This target cannot be solved even...

Catalogue: Paper 1982: Profitable Cooperation Of Manufactures And Retailers
Author: Manfred Lange
June 15, 1982

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Colour-odour synesthesia

Synesthesia, the phenomenon of cross-modal perception, is well known in the visual and auditory realms. Recent studies show that contrary to conventional wisdom there are regular and systematic correlations between smell and vision. Smells have...

Catalogue: Seminar 1996: Capturing The Elusive Appeal Of Fragrance
Author: Avery N. Gilbert
December 1, 1996