Packaged Goods

Companies that offer market research services related to packaged goods. Review and compare vendors able to conduct a research project associated with packaged goods, FMCG (fast moving consumer goods), etc.

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AIM-Chicago

Assistance In Marketing (AIM) consistently receives a “Top Rated” endorsement on Impulse Survey’s Top Rated Research Networks list.

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Whyze Group
Whyze Group

Wisdom that enables global brands to deliver distinguished customer experiences via brick and mortar, phone, social media and mobile channels.

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BMI
BMI

Next-generation services organization with a deep focus on analytics, market intelligence and social media, all uniquely delivered under one roof.

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The Right Focus for Winning Innovation The Right Focus for Winning Innovation

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Many factors will impact the success of failure of an innovation project, however, one of the most important drivers of success is to ensure that a project has “a clear creative focus” to guide the overall process and to help inspire the development of winning ideas and concepts. The attached article provides direction in defining winning Innovation Objectives and Innovation Pillars.

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Effective B2B Messaging: Why the CPG model fails

Steven Yarnell, Paul Anderson, and Lesley Muir of Yarnell Inc.

When developing a marketing strategy for consumers, consumer packaged goods (CPG) firms generally concentrate on developing a unique selling proposition (USP) to convince one person, the buyer. In an organization however, multiple people may be involved in a "buy" decision. Here are some guidelines for creating your marketing strategy and its messages.

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