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Uganda's growing population and increasing urbanization make it an attractive market in Africa. As in any typical emerging country there are wide income disparities in Uganda.
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What do people want? See? Share? Love? Discover how our unique insights can help your business.
Consumer needs are fragmenting and competition to engage them is steep. To win, you need to up your game to meet their needs and connect with them. Interactions are what matter today, but traditional segmentation models can’t deliver your programs to the specific consumers you want to reach.
Consumerization helps solve these problems. This new technique broadens segmentation and offers a new level of precision so you can reach deeper and boost consumer engagement across your entire business. We help you identify and build a custom view of your most profitable consumers so we can then help you innovate, communicate and activate with those consumers in mind.
Succeeding in today’s market requires more than just keeping pace with the Joneses. Competition is fierce and new products are a dime a dozen. But great innovators make it look easy, almost magical. Behind that magic, however, is immense time, discipline, and analytics. That’s where we come in.
Our end-to-end innovation process is backed by 30 years of experience developing, optimizing and validating product campaigns. Our innovation approach identifies what consumers say they need as well as the needs they haven’t articulated yet. That’s where breakthrough opportunities—those with true potential to achieve sustainable growth for your business—reside.
Effective marketing is about delivering your message to the right people, shaping their preferences and, ultimately, driving sales. We call this reach, resonance and reaction—the three Rs of marketing effectiveness.
Our marketing effectiveness measurement systems excel in their scope and level of integration. We can help you measure how well you’re accomplishing your advertising goals across video-, audio- and text-based advertising on virtually any platform or device. From network television to streaming audio on a smart phone to social media on a tablet, we’ve got you covered whether you’re buying or selling advertising.
Understanding today’s consumer is no easy feat, and with store-level as well as shopper insights in the markets you operate in, your customers’ behaviors and preferences will always be top of mind.
Effective shopper marketing relies on understanding shoppers to influence their purchase decisions and drive growth. So with our insights, your activation will always be shopper-friendly. Our consumer panels dig deep into shopper behavior to help you understand the why behind the buy so that you can enhance your marketing approach at retail.
Driving performance is also about understanding the levers that influence purchase decisions and ultimately guiding your price and trade promotion strategies. We have end-to-end solutions that help you measure each of these in-store variables and their impact on your sales volume.
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As the e-commerce channel expands, the future success of brands will be significantly affected by how successful they are online. As increasingly time poor consumers seek convenience and on-the-go purchases, online sales of FMCG will gain more importance.
Marketing mix modeling has never been more valuable to chief marketing officers—and the need for effective modeling has never been greater—than today. There is no silver bullet for modeling online and offline data, however, which means CMOs need a solution that helps them see both pictures of the world they work in.
With more people watching and buying online than ever before, advertisers are diving head first into digital to reach their audiences. Online advertising expenditures increased more than 25 percent (26.6%) year-over-year as of the second quarter of 2013 and exceeds several traditional media categories. But are these investments worth their price?