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The Evolution of Logos

One of the best ways to attract and engage customers is with a solid, understandable logo. Logos are the shorthand version of a company’s message to customers — a simple way to share the company’s values and make an impression.

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Multicultural and Hispanic Marketing: A Marathon Not a Sprint

Jorge Martinez, Senior Research Director

Like the marathon runner who failed to properly prepare for the long-distance haul, brands often train more for the shorter sprint. Multicultural marketing is a feat that takes a marathon commitment.

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How Brands Can Respond to the Movement Toward Craft

Matt Werner

Over the past decade, the beer industry has gone through a dramatic shift as craft beer has gobbled up market share at the expense of macro brands. While the craft beer scene provides the most convenient example of evolving consumer tastes, many other ca...

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Disrupting Traditional Market Research

Jim Farina

One of the most dreaded tasks for a market researcher is the prospect of having to break bad news to a client and their invested stakeholders. For a good researcher, this goes along with the territory.

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Conducting Qualitative Research in Emerging Markets: Lessons from the Field Lesson #1: Collaboration Enables Deeper Insight

Zoe Honeycutt, Online Qualitative Project Coordinator

Emerging markets contain a large number of untapped consumers who are seeking novel products and they offer potentially lucrative opportunities for multi-national companies to grow their customer bases.

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Understanding the Idea of 'Recoding Culture'

Erika Hammer, Senior Research Director

What does the idea of ‘recoding culture’ mean for us as researchers and marketers? We should consider tweaking the way we think about a few different things.

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The Connection Between Hair and Identity in Black Culture

Ashleigh Williams

The expression of beauty through hairstyles has been a long-standing signature of Black culture. To help in understanding the emotional significance hair has on Black culture and identity, one doesn’t have to look too far within our Black communities to...

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Using Behavioral Economics to Improve Honesty from Respondents

Lynne Bartos, Vice President

As researchers, we can employ a few different Behavioral Economic techniques to help ensure that people are more honest when taking our surveys.

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