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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.

47 results are displayed in randomized alpha order, starting with "P", after featured listings.

P&K Research
P&K Research

Full-service custom qualitative & quantitative consumer product research, with facilities in Chi, LA, NY and Dallas, and a staff of 275.

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RTi Research
RTi Research

Full service Top 50 MR agency with 30+ yr proven track record of combining the best of boutique thinking & service w/ large multinational capabilities

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SDL
SDL

We provide cutting-edge insights solutions in near real-time, enabling you to make data-driven strategic brand, campaign, and product decisions.

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Shapiro+Raj
Shapiro+Raj

Premier strategic market research company. We wed insights to business opportunities for our clients, using a full range of research techniques.

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SKIM
SKIM

Decision behavior experts & research heavyweights. A refreshingly human customer insights agency based in Europe, the US, Latin America, and Asia.

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THRIVE
THRIVE

THRIVE is an innovation strategy firm who helps ambitious leaders grow profitable brands through informed design.

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BrandIQ
BrandIQ

BrandIQ is a Los Angeles-based brand strategy, innovation & design firm that has full-service qualitative & quantitative market research capabilities

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Perception Research Services International (PRS), specialists in packaging and in-store marketing, and Nielsen, experts in end-to-end innovation analytics, teamed up to investigate the crucial role that packaging and in-store environment play in new product success.

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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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