Eureka!

Eureka!

That ah-ha moment when you discover something you did not expect. Every day reputable market, opinion and social research organisations deliver these moments to their customers helping them to improve their bottom lines, deliver top-class public services, or help build fairer societies.

Discover amazing Eureka’s below and the methodologies used to lead to these great discoveries. In each and every story you’ll discover what research commissioners are learning about the world around them and the impact it’s had on their organisations.

Data, citizens, and global LGBTI human rights

How market research moved LGBTI discussions away from the anecdotal to the actual, facilitating actions based on credible evidence.
in: Non-Profit and NGOs

What can a convenience store do to grow its ‘food on the go’ category?

How market research helped 7-Eleven put into place measures to make its ‘food on the go’ options more attractive and accessible to customers
in: Business Trends

Making virtual a reality

How market research using 360° virtual immersion contributed to optimising shopper-oriented in-store actions
in: Serving customers

Sustaining viewer and advertiser engagement while managing a private tv station under a very restrictive context

How market research contributed to assessing audience engagement within a context of heavy state surveillance, as a basis for successful advertisering engagement
in: Digital Economy and Social Media

How can a museum better appeal to and inspire its visitors?

How market research helped the Van Gogh Museum redefine and strengthen its brand identity to better serve the public
in: Non-Profit and NGOs

Eureka Stories

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Business Trends

Market research, with its adaptable and innovative methodologies and techniques, has always been at the core of business’ strategic decisions. Boosting innovation, redefining branding strategies, positioning on the market, assessing investments and launching of new products are only few examples of the valuable contribution that market research b...
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Digital Economy and Social Media

We are living in a fast-changing society. Digital economy and social media are shaping the way business is done, but also influencing people’s lifestyle and relations. Market research, with its great adaptability attitude in producing valuable insights, helps organisations to not falling behind technological developments.
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Non-Profit and NGOs

Market research is not only about helping business. Everyday, all around the world, market research’s methodologies and techniques are successfully helping NGOs and non-profit organisations to address societal challenges. Assessing and evaluating the impact, understanding of your target groups, are only few examples of how market research can help...
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Public Sector and Policy-making

Research has always been the cornerstone of informed decisions with its capacity to provide valuable insights and data and to separate what is important to politicians and policymakers for the wealth of their constituencies.
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Serving customers

Even if you don’t notice it, market research is always surrounding you. When you are taking the train, flying for your holidays or using your car for a family trip during the weekend, the experiences that you are living are probably shaped and tailored for your comfort by previous market research studies.
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