Peter Totman, ESOMAR, Global Qualitative, November 2017
Failure can play a positive role and bring significant personal and professional development – qualitative researchers need to balance their fear of failure with a willingness to take risks in order to maintain an innovative edge.
Chelsea Gibbons and Emily Hsiao, ESOMAR, Congress, 2017
This paper explains how advanced text analytics and immersive video delivered actionable consumer intelligence in the United States for an up-and-coming snack brand, bare, in an evolving product category.
Denise Brien, Dean Macko, Tom Higgins and Niamh Jones, ESOMAR, Congress, 2017
This paper reveals best practices for using video in research, based on a project by AOL, the digital content brand, which explored how technology-powered solutions can help researchers incorporate video.
Jasper Melchers, Julia Görnandt, Iris van Loon and Joey Ophof, ESOMAR, Congress, 2017
This paper investigates how market research findings are typically shared by research agencies and their clients, and explores new ways of sharing these results for high impact within - and integration into - a client’s business.
Afra Chen and Zou Xiong, ESOMAR, Asia Pacific, May 2017
This paper discusses the role of video-based research methods through a medical research study in China, with particular focus on why this method is effective in helping address the needs of those with multiple chronic conditions.
MRS Awards, Finalist, New Consumer Insights, 2016
This paper describes a UK research project by Egmont Publishing to explore whether time-poor parents still read to their children and, if so, whether they use a digital device or a print book, and the emotional drivers around this activity.
MRS Awards, Finalist, December 2015
This case study describes how Instagram, the image-based social network, deployed cultural insight within a multi-method approach to understand how advertising should evolve in the current cultural context.