Wearables and Market Research

Sep 18, 2014 No Comments by

Wearable tech has the potential to revolutionise many industries, including market research. Madhav Mirani of Ugam Solutions looks at recent developments and hand-picks a few he thinks will have most impact on the profession.

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Could text analytics mean the death of attributes?

Sep 16, 2014 No Comments

The capabilities of text analytics tools have grown hugely, here Simon Wood of TNS talks about how text analytics can help cull attributes and questions when building new surveys.

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Deciphering Sponsorship Success

Sep 11, 2014 No Comments

With another summer of high profile sports events coming to a close, all manner of brands have been fighting to secure their place in the increasingly complex and high stakes world of sponsorship. Nichola Kent-Lemon shares the key factors in the success of your sponsorship?

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ESOMAR Congress 2014 – Day 3

Sep 10, 2014 No Comments

It’s ESOMAR’s 67th annual Congress, this year held in Nice, France. This year we look at “what inspires” and our event team have been working hard to provide the industry with some of the best and most inspiring content within and outside the industry. To cover the event and ensure those that couldn’t make it […]

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ESOMAR Congress 2014 – Day 2

Sep 10, 2014 No Comments

It’s ESOMAR’s 67th annual Congress, this year held in Nice, France. We sent down our roving reports Annie and Anna to cover the event. The 2nd day brought 14 year old app developers, the young researcher of the year award, and content marketing.

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ESOMAR Congress 2014 – Day 1

Sep 10, 2014 No Comments

It’s ESOMAR’s 67th annual Congress, this year held in Nice, France. We sent down our roving reports Annie and Anna to get a feel of the vibe and report back with their highlights.

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Kahneman bingo and Gigerenzer golf

Sep 09, 2014 No Comments

The name of Daniel Kahneman is brought up regularly at MR events, as behavioural economics gains more and more mainstream traction. Here Leigh Caldwell continues his journey in system one and two, and discusses the differences between the king of behavioural economics and his challenger Gerd Gigerenzer

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