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What did GRIT participants think about automation, AI, marketplaces, big data, storytelling, VR/AR and attribution analytics being game changers or hype? Here is a sneak peek from the forthcoming GRIT Q3/Q4 2016 Report.
Marketing research needs to start thinking at scale. This will change how we research customers and profile brands from a small number of segments intended to inspire brand ideas to a large number of targetable audience members.
Volunteered Personal Information (VPI) plays a critical role in moving the debate about permission marketing forward. It’s a shift that requires everyone to see their profile as an asset - where individuals are actively engaged in valuing and protecting their own data.
Monica Wood (J&J Diabetes Care) recently moderated a terrific panel discussion with three corporate research leaders –Jack Lee of Estee Lauder; Jim Nyce of Sun Products (formerly head of insights for Kraft); and Trish Rainone of Chase. What were the key takeaways?
The recent New MR Virtual Festival on presenting data had a number of really useful and interesting presentations. Mike Sherman’s presentation, “Less is More: Getting Value (Not Just Reams of Data) From Your Research” led to an interesting exchange that I think highlights the change in thinking that Market Research must make.