Research in developing markets: Upwardly mobile
Cultural differences in developing markets mean there is no one-size-fits-all approach to research, but rapid adoption of mobile devices is universal, as is a reluctance in people to say what they mean
It's important not to over-simplify the term 'developing markets'. Economic constrictions do not always define consumer motives. Marketers who think they need to fight only on price in the developing world run the risk of never establishing a sustainable brand.
Developing markets should not be treated as a single 'region', either. There are many points of cultural, economic, social and...