Novelist Will Self discusses his use of research in his stories and how to deal with ‘everythingitis’ – an interest in absolutely everything. Filmed at Impact 2014, the Market Research Society’s annual conference.
Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP and patron of the Market Research Society (MRS) interviewed at Impact 2014, the society’s annual conference.
Self-confessed ‘data geek’ Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson shared her secrets to success at the MRS Conference.
New MRS president Dianne Thompson gives her inaugural speech at MRS Annual Conference.
In the keynote interview on day two of the MRS Conference, Will Self explains why he feels among friends in a room full of researchers.
How corporations can respond to the rise in activism by keeping close watch on NGOs.
A series of case studies presented at the MRS Conference described ways of responding to consumer change.
Stuart Rose discusses how researchers can sell insight to entrepreneurs at the MRS Conference.
The explosion of social media has taken us all by surprise, says Stephen Maher, MBA chief executive – but approaches to measurement are ‘not as refined and rigorous’ as one would hope.
Deborah Mattinson, Peter Kellner and Richard Wilson debate decision-making in a ‘tweetocracy’.
Added Value’s Chris Prox and Brian Kushnir look at how brand equity tracking has to adapt to meet the realities of marketing in today’s business environment.
Researchers are looking into ways of suppressing appetite, and if successful, the future of the food industry could be very different, as Susan Krueger explains.
The Museum of London’s director of communications, Antony Robbins, describes how an audience segmentation sharpened the museum’s customer focus, and how these insights have been shared with other cultural organisations around the world.
As consumers switch between devices, this cross platform behaviour is affecting survey completion. Aaron Jue, market research director at Decipher has some best practice advice for researchers managing surveys in this environment.