As companies like the The Coca-Cola Company continue to push the envelope on creating immersive campaign experiences, the way research influences and measures these experiences must evolve.
Over the past three decades, technology has been
central to business transformation and growth. Technology
has been and continues to be a catalyst for change. It
shapes not only how businesses are run, but also how
brands are built.
Millions of consumers in fast-growing markets have significantly increased their spending power in the past decade.
The world today is very different from what it was only a couple of decades ago, and these structural changes have placed brands at the forefront of business success.
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The Cannes Lions demonstrate that creativity and effectiveness can go hand-in-hand.
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Strong brands drive financial performance by ensuring that the most motivating brand associations influence purchase behavior. Multi-sensory cues ensure people recognize brands and respond positively. Knowing what makes your brand recognizable and triggers the most motivating impressions is critical to maximizing your brand’s full potential.
Until 2013, India’s FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) sector had experienced five consecutive years of double-digit growth.
How a multi-national brand uncovered its customers' emotional needs and re-energized its global positioning
The Market Research industry is changing. Interviewing methods change as new technologies develop. There is the never ending pressure to deliver research quickly and cheaply.
As the great Canadian folk singer Joni Mitchell wrote: I’ve looked at life from both sides now. When I was a smaller-market Client Researcher for two multinational CPG manufacturers in Canada, I was often pressured to forgo local creative and adopt global creative platforms to save on production and keep strategies aligned. Now, as a smaller-market Research Consultant, I am often the one who encourages clients to determine where they can happily leverage global creative efficiencies instead of producing local ads.
Perhaps you're kicking and screaming, but you've finally decided to alter your research design to capitalize on mobile devices.
How a brand improved customer experience to drive sales and become the market leader
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How a small, more emotional brand reinforced its functional credentials to grow sales and market share
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