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Making it all happen: The sub-contractor view

The sub contractor is at the end of the line and it is natural his point of view should be given last. It reflects what happens in practice and you must understand that we have often the same feeling as the secretary who has to type a report for...

Catalogue: ICC/ESOMAR Symposium 1984: International Marketing Research
Author: Jean Bigant
June 15, 1984

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Getting it done

This paper describes a system that I have been developing within the MRB International Group of companies: a system designed to overcome some of the problems associated with co-ordinating/quality-controlling qualitative research in multi-country...

Catalogue: ICC/ESOMAR Symposium 1984: International Marketing Research
Author: Mary Goodyear
June 15, 1984

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Making it all happen: The client's point of view

In a company such as Regie Renault, the weight of studies carried out outside France is naturally important. Among these a large number are undertaken by our foreign branches in their particular countries. The studies to be discussed here will be...

Catalogue: ICC/ESOMAR Symposium 1984: International Marketing Research
Author: Daniel Leconte
June 15, 1984

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Making it all happen: The client's point of view (French)

In a company such as Regie Renault, the weight of studies carried out outside France is naturally important. Among these a large number are undertaken by our foreign branches in their particular countries. The studies to be discussed here will be...

Catalogue: ICC/ESOMAR Symposium 1984: International Marketing Research
Author: Daniel Leconte
June 15, 1984

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Making it all happen: The co-ordinator's view

In this paper, I shall discuss two main themes, from the point of view of an international co-ordinating agency, namely: the problems of communication; the role of check lists in improving communications. Thereafter, most of this paper will be...

Catalogue: ICC/ESOMAR Symposium 1984: International Marketing Research
Author: Michael Wilsdon
June 15, 1984

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Making it all happen: The sub-contractor view (French)

The sub contractor is at the end of the line and it is natural his point of view should be given last. It reflects what happens in practice and you must understand that we have often the same feeling as the secretary who has to type a report for...

Catalogue: ICC/ESOMAR Symposium 1984: International Marketing Research
Author: Jean Bigant
June 15, 1984

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Report-back from working group III

As a whole the discussions in group three gave the following conclusions: 1. Independent from the methods, the organisation is the main problem of a multi-country survey; 2. Coordination must be done from one central point. Identical-sampling,...

Catalogue: Seminar 1971: Multi-Country Research
Author: Jan D. Noordhoff
June 15, 1971

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The co-ordination of the research and creative functions in a large advertising agency

Ogilvy & Mather Limited is a large UK advertising agency, part of a group which includes large agencies in three other countries with smaller offices in a further three countries. Six months ago the London agency reorganised the way in which...

Catalogue: Seminar 1966: The Role of Market Research In The Creation of Advertising
Authors: Mick Williamson, Julia Ann Burdus
Company: Ogilvy
June 1, 1966

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The co-ordination of international research (French)

This paper is based on the experience gained in commissioning research in, at present, eight different European countries. In addition some knowledge has been acquired of research in other European countries and in some British Dominions and the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Congress 1959
Author: Max K. Adler
June 15, 1959