Choosing the right marketing mix modeling vendor has a huge impact on your overall marketing effectiveness and business growth. To help you avoid regretting your decision, get the answers to these five questions before taking the plunge.
A look at the state of the shelf and tips for fine-tuning assortment strategies to capture in-store decision making.
How prepared would you be if inflation took hold again? In some ways, it has already started. Learn how to build price and promotion strategies for a fast-paced economy.
When costs go up, manufacturers are faced with many choices. In this white paper, we explore when it’s appropriate to make a product smaller to save on operational costs.
How do you determine the right amount to spend on marketing and how to allocate it across different program options? If you’re finding it difficult to determine a marketing budget you feel confident in, you’re in good company.
When The Economist sought to expand its subscriber base in the U.S. and U.K., the company turned to Nielsen to better understand which of its tactics were working well, and how to best allocate its growing marketing budget to maximize subscriptions going forward.
In this report, we share our learnings and best practices for developing an assortment strategy that supports the entire category and, ultimately, delivers greater returns.
With the advancements in big data, advertisers know more about consumers than ever before. And yet, they’re still challenged with how to drive the greatest return for their marketing budgets. And we all know what happens when executives don’t see the ROI they’re expecting—they cut budgets.
The Nielsen Design Impact Awards highlight the considerable impact that effective package design can have. The inaugural awards recognized seven successful package redesigns in the FMCG space—ones that helped drive significant increases in brands’ bottom lines. These are their stories.
Different consumer needs demand varied experiences. Enter precision marketing. The good news for marketers is that the fundamentals (and tools) remain the same across industries.