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FEATURE2 February 2017

The birth of qualitative research

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In 98% Pure Potato, John Griffiths and Tracey Follows describe how Britain became a global advertising power after the democratisation of qualitative research and the invention of account planning in 1960s London.

In the 1920s, advertising agencies introduced and developed market research in the UK. As clients built their teams of research interviewers to support national distribution and sales in stores, advertising agencies ran the marketing function on their behalf, ...