Brands: Align with Viewer’s Emotional States for a Super Bowl Win

Men are proud of their team that won the game

Research on the emotional dynamics of watching the Super Bowl suggests that viewers’ emotional enthusiasm is driven by feelings of loyalty and connection to the teams, and a sense of personal identification with the fate of those teams.

Neuro Marketers Are Mapping The Brains To Activate The ‘Buy’ Button

As featured on BusinessWorld. Unlike traditional methods of hit and trial newer research methods seem more focused and backed by science to better understand consumers buying behaviors, uncertainty is a waste of time and resources Neuro-Marketing, the word itself sounds very scientific as it denotes involvement of a systematic study of emotions and how brain functions or responds to a certain stimuli. Though, Neuro-Marketing may still be talked less in India or not so evidently, globally it is a well established marketing strategy for many big companies with huge advertising and promotional spends. Arguably, Neuro-Marketing is becoming a serious research area in application of cognitive science to understand consumer decision making. The range of its involvement may vary from how a particular brand name or its logo has been received by th

The Quirk’s Event: Mobile “In the Moment” Research Critical in Uncovering Consumer Motivations

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Wednesday, Feb. 24 | 3:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. | Room 5 Amit Ghosh, Senior Vice President Capturing unfiltered emotional insights exposed during “in the moment” research is critical in decoding consumer behavior and transforming marketing strategies. This presentation focuses on the benefits of gathering consumer data in real-time or “in the moment” using a new applied neuroscience research technique, MindSight Mobile®. We will explore the challenges of traditional research that relies on the consumer’s ability to accurately recall brand experiences of the past. Insights from emotional experiences “in the moment” can be translated into effective business strategies that deliver enhanced consumer experiences and brand engagement. The following case studies will be shared to demonstrate the variety of business circumstances whe
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    Patricia Maschio

    From Copernicus Brazil: What to do in Times of Crisis

    As Featured in PropMark Magazine (Brazil) Cars piled in the yards of automakers, filled gondolas in empty shops, endless studies of price elasticity to try to gain some (even micro) margin on sales, higher churn rate history, in short, a sales cataclysm. And the impression is that their brand appears to be just one more? If this torment sounds familiar, it’s because – in fact – the crisis is present in your business, for your brand. During a crisis or recession it is natural that consumers adopt stricter priorities and start to spend less. When sales begin to fall, companies generally cut costs, reduce prices and postpone new investments. Marketing expenses in areas such as communication and research are often pruned across the board. But these cuts usually do not have good results. There are many measures that can and must be taken within that context. However, there is what

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    The Millennial Disconnect at Advertising Week 2015

    With “Millennials” producing 16 million keywords searches annually, and thousands of articles already written on this seemingly obvious group, is there really anything left to know about the “selfie generation”? The answer at Carat’s special seminar during Advertising Week “The Millennial Disconnect,” was a resounding yes. Hosted by Doug Ray, Carat’s US CEO & Global President, Michelle Lynn, Carat’s EVP and Managing Director, and Alex Pettitt, Associate Head of Live and Social at John Brown Media, this thought provoking seminar looked at how marketers can avoid disconnect and win with Millennials. Here we bring you the key learnings from this session during Advertising Week – Day 2. THE MILLENNIAL DISCONNECT – IF YOU’RE NOT WINNING WITH MILLENNIALS, YOU’RE JUST NOT WINNING With more than 85 million people in the US counted as Millennials (those born roughly between 1980 and 1992), this age group is equivalent to the 15th most populated

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    ICYMI: Take-Aways from TMRE 2015

    It’s hard to go to a marketing conference these days where discussions about big data analytics and non-traditional research tools/techniques are not center-stage. TMRE 2015 was no exception.

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    ICYMI: Take-Aways from TMRE 2015

    It’s hard to go to a marketing conference these days where discussions about big data analytics and non-traditional research tools/techniques are not center-stage. TMRE 2015 was no exception.

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    Dentsu Aegis Network Acquires Forbes Consulting Group

    PRESS RELEASE DENTSU AEGIS NETWORK ACQUIRES FORBES CONSULTING GROUP To be Integrated Into Copernicus, Further Strengthening its Capabilities in Data and Consumer Insights Dentsu Aegis Network today announces the acquisition of Forbes Consulting Group, a leading full-service consumer insight firm headquartered in the US that provides deep insight into the emotional motivations that drive consumer behavior. The acquisition of Forbes Consulting Group will bring Forbes’ patented suite of applied neuroscience methods, MindSight® emotional assessment technologies, into the network’s portfolio of industry-leading consumer insights tools. Headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts and founded in 1985 by David Forbes, PhD, the firm specializes in providing deep psychological insights into a brand’s current customers and its overall marketplace through both quantitative and qualitative research and analysis. Its patented MindSight® tool was first introduced in scholarly journals in 2011 and is now used by many major brands.  It uses groundbreaking non-cognitive techniques to identify the underlying and often subconscious