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p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'}Shows you how to turn market research findings into actionable recommendations. Learn how to translate your findings from market research studies of all kinds into reports and...

Catalogue: Congress 2019: The Global Data & Insights Summit
Author: Jeffrey Henning
September 8, 2019


Giving control of your history to participants

Facts are nothing without stories. Instead of a traditional qualitative campaign pre-test where participants evaluate stimuli, we created a museum with Corona's (AB inBev) history and focused on how consumers re-built it into stories.

Catalogue: Congress 2019: The Global Data & Insights Summit
Authors: Ángeles Rodríguez, Elisa Romo
Companies: De La Riva Group, AB InBev
September 8, 2019


See the data, be the data

Data visualisation in the market research context needs to do three things:1. Convey information in a quick, easily understandable and memorable way. 2. Engage with the audience – get them thinking about what the information might mean, how they...

Catalogue: Congress 2013: Think Big
Author: Deb Sleep
June 15, 2013


Super-diversity research

If you thought the future was going to be elegantly and efficiently connected for international brand builders, think again: it's the age of hyper diversification. Danone Mexico and DLR joined forces to leverage, rather than tame cultural friction.

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2017: Back to the future
Authors: Adelina Vaca, Alfredo Troncoso
January 11, 2017


A debrief through a virtual reality window

In research a big part of our role is how we communicate findings. However the world of communication is rapidly changing, so, as researcher, we have to keep up and adapt the way we communicate. In this paper will demonstrate how we utilised Virtual...

Catalogue: Congress 2016: #WOW
Authors: Alastair Liptrot, Paul Labagnara
June 15, 2016


Seed audiences: 'From not knowing you to tapping into millions like you'

Today, consumers are bombarded with marketing communication, making it very difficult for brands to differentiate themselves. Digital-first companies can rely on a variety and richness of datasets which is not always matched by more traditional...

Catalogue: Insights Festival 2020
Authors: Abhinav Mohan, Mario Dughi, Souvik Roy, Utsav Mamoria
Companies: Unilever, InMobi
September 14, 2020


Brands in the age of anger

How do brands and leaders adapt to a world where increased knowledge does not shift opinions? Qualitative thinking can shed light on how to evolve social norms - the key to lasting change.

Catalogue: Fusion 2019
Author: Graeme Trayner
Company: The Glover Park Group
November 10, 2019


The beauty and the beast

As open as qualitative research is, it is hard to take a really good look with an open mind, without any presumptions. On top of that, for clients it is difficult to see their own hidden views, the ‘prejudice-without-knowing’. We present a...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2013: Brilliant Transformations
Authors: Jochum Stienstra, Tibor van Bekkum
Company: Ferro Explore!
June 15, 2013


World Cup: Is it a good idea?

When Brazil was chosen as the location for the 2014 World Cup, everyone cheered. Brazil was successful and a country of the future. The event would be important not only for the economy, but an opportunity for companies and their brands to showcase...

Catalogue: Latin America 2014: Accelerating Growth
Authors: Nelsom Marangoni, Cristiane Coradi
June 15, 2014