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Articles And Resources For Conducting New Product Research

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There are 90 articles in our archive related to this topic. Below are 5 selected at random and available to all users of the site.

Research guides Holiday Corp.'s creation of a lodging chain for business travelers
Holiday Corporation purchased consumer panel mail survey results to track trends in consumer travel habits. It also performed several follow-up research projects, including focus groups and follow-up telephone and mail surveys with panelists, to find out what features Homewood Suites would have to meet the specific needs of the target market and to test two potential concepts for its facilities.
Make sure your research methods are helping - not hindering - your menu optimization efforts
When considering menu changes, restaurants must consider not only the performance of the new items but also the interaction of those items with the existing bill of fare. The article maintains that standard TURF-based research approaches to menu optimization have flaws and that an online-based method using virtual menus is more effective.
Trade Talk: Something old, something new
An overview of NewProductWorks, an archive of 6,000+ foods, 8,000+ beverages, 13,000+ health and beauty products, 6,700+ household products, and 1,000+ pet products, and how it is useful for researchers.
Alternative qualitative approaches in new product research
So much has been written concerning the “actionable limitations” of focus groups that it’s not surprising to hear some researchers groaning for forthright guidance when exploring new products and concepts. This article addresses how a “fresh” look at new product exploration opens the door to a host of alternative research methodologies. The discussion includes an example of how continuous improvement in the workplace can be addressed using similar non-traditional qualitative research tools.
Understanding how customers respond to product changes
The theory of business strategy stems from the need of managers to be able to counter the effects of external market forces. Without the tools needed to support it, firms may fall back on crisis management in reaction to unforeseen market forces. This article discusses competitive strategy, including discrete choice modeling.

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Recent Articles

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Drivers of customer satisfaction are changing and banks must change in response
Drawing from results of an annual study of bank satisfaction, author Sheri Petras illustrates how technology and communication are increasingly key factors influencing bank customer experience.
Product and Service Update October 2014
An overview of new tools and offerings for marketing and marketing research.
Trade Talk: ‘Internet of things’ study highlights our conflicted relationship with privacy
Quirk's Editor Joe Rydholm discusses the 2014 State of the Internet of Things Study, by Acquity Group.
What's keeping Allstate's director of consumer insights awake at night?
Allstate Insurance’s Director of Consumer Insights, Bob Pankauskas, sat down with Anne Bailey Berman, president of market research and consulting firm Chadwick Martin Bailey (CMB) to talk innovation, mobile and what clients need to expect from market researchers.
Quality vs. quantity: A process for identifying the best of the best B2B respondents for new product research
This article outlines a B2B concept testing project that StandPoint conducted with Kimberly-Clark that included a co-creation exercise between the product development team and end users.

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