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Added value information

The needs of FMCG manufacturers and retailers require that suppliers of information for marketing decision support take an integrative perspective to what to offer to their market. After discussing the different ways that can be used in looking at a...

Catalogue: Revolutions In Panel Research 1997: New Questions, New Solutions
Authors: Antonie Luijten, Peter Kempe
Company: GfK
February 1, 1997

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Drilling or mining?

The paper reviews the developments which have taken place in the retailer panel services in the late 80's and early 90's, with specific reference to the move from retail audits to scanning based services and the current trend towards census data. The...

Catalogue: Revolutions In Panel Research 1997: New Questions, New Solutions
Author: Tony Antoniou
February 1, 1997

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Filling the information gaps

The demands of cost containment, government budget restrictions and increasingly knowledgeable and demanding patients in the hospital environment are widely recognised. In order for suppliers to the hospital sector to provide optimum products and...

Catalogue: Revolutions In Panel Research 1997: New Questions, New Solutions
Authors: Volker Kruse, Christine English
February 1, 1997

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Neither revolution nor Holy Grail

Throughout Europe, the economic situation has been rapidly changing during the past few years: high unemployment rates, decreasing wages, rising taxes, considerable efforts taken to meet the demands of the Maastricht Contract reveal that our economy...

Catalogue: Revolutions In Panel Research 1997: New Questions, New Solutions
Authors: Klaus Brüne, Michael Enzenauer
Company: Nielsen
February 1, 1997

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Retail in emerging markets

The first part of this paper deals with the complexities associated with definition of FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Good) retail outlets and their classification in India. It outlines the changes in outlet type and stocking patterns over time and...

Catalogue: Revolutions In Panel Research 1997: New Questions, New Solutions
Authors: Amit Roy, Kamal Ramanath, Bikramjit Chaudhuri
February 1, 1997

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Developing new panel services for retailers

This paper describes how consumer panels in Great Britain have been developed in recent years to provide a wide range of services that are of specific relevance to grocery retailers. The paper will go on to describe in more detail three new services...

Catalogue: Revolutions In Panel Research 1997: New Questions, New Solutions
Author: Allan Breese
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
February 1, 1997

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Panel survey

The current paper describes the development of purchasing and income panel survey from a basic households’ economic information source to a complex, model-based test panel. Great importance has been attached to the advantages of a...

Catalogue: Revolutions In Panel Research 1997: New Questions, New Solutions
Author: Jaano Inno
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
February 1, 1997

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Prometheus

In France, over the last five years, consumer purchasing trends have undergone immense changes and have therefore been thrown back into question. With regard to marketing practices, this has led to increased difficulty in understanding the...

Catalogue: Revolutions In Panel Research 1997: New Questions, New Solutions
Authors: Denis Delmas, Laurent Zeller
February 1, 1997

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Tv advertising effectiveness

The paper presents a study in which the short term effects of advertising on purchase behaviour were measured with single source data from a micro test market. The results show that real advertising effects are smaller than expected according to John...

Catalogue: Revolutions In Panel Research 1997: New Questions, New Solutions
Authors: Raimund Wildner, Klaus Kindelmann
Company: GfK
February 1, 1997