Consolidates statistical data from various sources to provide insights on industries, markets, and consumers. Use the Insights menu to access Market Insights (forecasts and Key Performance Indicators) and Consumer Insights (interactive tool for comparing and analyzing consumer behaviour and attitudes – includes Brand Profiler Tool).
Data visualization tool that allows users to create thematic maps, charts, and reports using demographic, business, consumer behaviour, and marketing data. Use of certain features requires the creation of a personal account with your Western email. Instructions for creating an account.
This text includes the latest behavioral, psychological, and sociological approaches to elucidate important concepts and models of consumer decision-making. Importantly, the book draws important executive, research, and consumer insights to bring these concepts and models to life.
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