2019 is going to be a major year for the move to humanise brands and companies – because of the need to complement the growth in digital. Here are three tips about how be more human.
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Ray Poynter reflects on visiting the Picasso museums in Barcelona and Paris and draws some lessons for market research and insight professions. The key theme is that curation is a form of storytelling.
Ray Poynter shares his predictions for market research and insights in 2019. The predictions start by highlighting the role the economy is likely to have in shaping MR in 2019.
In this post Ray Poynter reviews the predictions he made for 2016, 2017, and 2018 – drawing conclusions about themes and the frailties of predicting.
Lenny Murphy and GreebBook have gathered predictions for 2019 from 30 well-known market research and insight commentators. From this post you can access the original post (with the 30 predictions), and Ray Poynter’s brief summary.
Read about and access Mike Steven’s webinar on how AI is going to change market research and the role of market researchers. Find out about the 5 ways AI is changing market research and 5 ways AI will impact researchers.
Matt Kleinschmit, CEO & Founder, Reach3 Insights offers four key trends for 2019: ‘Ambivalence to the big, and an interest in the small’, ‘The rise of conversational technology’, ‘A reimagining of the research experience’ & ‘Seeking the holy grail: the marriage of emotions, behaviors and context’.
In this post, Nissan Motor’s Mr Takahashi issues a challenge to market research agencies to propose new models for doing business. The world is changing, are you ready for it?
This is a report on Artificial Intelligence in MR by Ray Poynter & Rosie Ayoub. The report is based on a survey, interviews with industry leaders, desk research and our own experience.