Technology continues to shape the marketing research industry; we are more agile and efficient than ever. As a result, we can also carve out new opportunities and capture behavioral data like never before. Beyond traditional methods, mobile and social media tap into consumer insights. But what about taking it to the next level - collecting consumer emotions? We recently talked with Matt Celuszak, CEO of CrowdEmotion, on the role of emotion in consumer behavior, leveraging mobile and unmasking cultural differences.
On Monday, the best of UK’s marketing research industry gathered for the prestigious and glamorous 2015 Market Research Society (MRS) Awards. This annual ceremony acknowledges the insights and innovation behind each research success story - highlighting that ‘evidence matters.’ With three separate nominations this year, Lightspeed GMI stepped into a new world.
Technology is changing; devices are providing infinite more ways to connect; but are they creating a disconnected culture?
When I grew up there were no mobile phones, the internet had not been created and our most connected game was a snake eating dots on a BBC Micro. Our life was still about connecting, but without the benefit of ‘devices.’ From a telephone call to face-to-face meeting, any arrangements we made needed to be confirmed, agreed and honoured; there was no option to change on the fly through an email or text. This meant that while it may have been difficult to connect widely, the connections themselves tended to be stronger and more personal.
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