NEWS5 April 2011

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April 2011

  • How consumer insight help Ella’s Kitchen cook up a tasty proposition
  • Millward Brown’s Graham Page on why research is opening up to neuroscience
  • New public sector procurement rules: what’s in it for a small agencies?
  • Tim Britton explains why the industry will say goodbye to a research tradition.


March 2011

  • Where does research come into, behavioural economics?
  • Jacob Wright on where the advertising/research relation goes wrong.
  • How infographics are changing the way we communicate data
  • The analysis of a day in the life of Research news’s editor


February 2011

  • Why hasn’t mobile technology set the world of research alight?
  • Can research broker a new relationship between politcians, pundits and the people
  • Metro’s research director Katharine King on the value of auidence insight
  • How eye tracking helped Carlsberg focus on customer behaviour

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January 2011

  • Case Study: Combating the stigma of HIV
  • A sensory test with research magazine’s features editor Robert Bain
  • How are market researchers using social media?
  • An interview with Neil Wholey, the research chief of Westminster City Council
  • Research Magazine Awards – winners revealed


December 2010

  • Looking back on 2010: the themes, people and companies that made headlines
  • We speak to those likely to be hit by the government’s public sector research spending cuts
  • An interview with Rob Weston, the head of strategy at retailer John Lewis
  • Coca-Cola’s insight boss on a pay-for-performance future for agencies


November 2010

  • Read the latest UK Research Industry League Table
  • Philip Graves’ new book Consumer.ology rattles cages in the research world – find out why
  • Special report: data
  • Case study: Channel 4 commissions a text message-based survey to gauge respondent viewing habits
  • Tim Macer reviews data visualisation software Dapresy Pro

October 2010

  • The risks and rewards of conducting surveys in dangerous places
  • Up close and personal with Paul Ekman, the man who reads faces
  • The NRS’s new boss on engaging stakeholders
  • Should size matter when it comes to choosing a new research agency?
  • Case study: Polish brewer Grupa Zywiec gets closer to 75,000 retailers

September 2010

  • Deborah Mattinson reveals what life was like as a pollster inside Number 10
  • Has location-based research lost its sense of direction?
  • Recruiting and retaining the very best graduates
  • Case study: Malta’s tourist authority tunes in to younger visitors


August 2010

  • How has consumer behaviour changed since the global financial crisis?
  • The benefits of measuring emotion
  • The etiquette of listening in to online conversations
  • Volkswagen’s insight man, Steve Gatt, drives change at the car giant
  • Case study: Surrey Police use research to build bridges with ethnic minorities

July 2010

  • Introducing the research industry’s newest players
  • Understanding the value of online content
  • Case study: Lexus and customer research
  • We go undercover to unearth good and bad online survey practice.

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