As market researchers, we realize it’s no longer enough to study the choices that people make; far more important is to understand how and why they make them.
The effects of psychological, social, cognitive and emotional factors on the decisions of consumers are limitless, let alone the impact of social media and technologies.
TMRE 2014 presents you with the most breakthrough applications of insights first, see for yourself, download the brochure.
Charles Duhigg, Author, The Power of Habit
In this session, Charles Duhigg will explore the science of habit formation, illustrating why we do what we do and how we can change it.
Duhigg explains why the most powerful habits have emotional cores, and how tweaking even one habit can have staggering effects. Duhigg draws from a number of current case studies.
Itamar Simonson, Sebastian S. Kresge Professor of Marketing at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University and Author, Absolute Value
How people buy things has changed profoundly yet the fundamental thinking about consumer decision making and marketing has not. Most marketers still believe that they can shape consumers’ perception and drive their behavior.
In this provocative session, Stanford professor Itamar Simonson shows why current mantras about branding and loyalty are losing their relevance. When consumers base their decisions on reviews from other users, easily accessed expert opinions, price comparison apps, and other emerging technologies, everything changes. Counter to what we frequently hear, consumers will (on average) make better choices and act more rationally.
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‘ Behavioral Economics in Action: A Corporate Wellness Case Study | Lockton Dunning Benefits
‘ Insights Lead to Income: Understanding Motivators Among Hispanics to Drive Increased Sales | Univision Communications
Insights without impact are worthless. Focus on the business value of insights at TMRE 2014 and hear from more than 150 leaders from inside and outside the industry; learn something new including ways you can apply similar thinking to drive your success and become a true catalyst for impact in Market Research.