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In-depth interviews with dealers yield many benefits for farm equipment manufacturer
Farm equipment manufacturer the Gehl Company conducted in-depth interviews with dealers from around the country that were selected to be part of its dealer council. Council members distributed forms to dealers in their area to identify concerns to bring to the dealer council meeting. The company used this council input to determine priorities for the coming year.
Regaining a foothold
Spreckels Sugar Company conducted one-on-one interviews with a cross-section of both light and heavy users of sugar to delve into their attitudes and behavior towards sugar. It then developed product concepts based on this input and tested them in a second round of one-on-ones. Mock-ups of new packaging concepts were then subjected to in-home use tests. During test-marketing, survey cards were distributed to get reactions from consumers in the marketplace.
Focus groups tell California-based mountain bike maker its ad campaign is a winner
To develop a new advertising strategy to apply to market its mountain bikes. Specialized Bicycle Components Inc. conducted one-on-one interviews with employees about what they thought about mountain bike advertising in the industry magazines It then used focus groups with current and prospective riders to determine their psychological makeup and test its new marketing brochure.
Boston Edison uses research to measure the success of an energy conservation program
Boston Edison conducted a comprehensive study to answer questions about its Lite Lights energy conservation program's four major components: program delivery, target market, promotion and estimation of energy savings. The company used a broad range of research strategies: in-depth one-on-one interviews, focus groups, phone interviews and customer surveys.
Packaging research guides positioning of 3M's innovative line of wood care products
3M tested a number of packaging designs for its line of wood care products to make sure that the packaging would communicate key ideas and the benefits to both novice and experienced woodworkers. The computer-generated designs experimented with different names for the products (such as Safe Strip, Strip Safer) and informational taglines below the product name to explain the product benefits. The main research methods used were eye-tracking and one-on-one interviews.

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Incorporating qualitative into package design research
The author shares some basic ideas and best practices for the use of qualitative research as a component in the package design research plan.
Qualitatively Speaking: The irreplaceable on-site ethnographer
Online qualitative is growing in popularity, the author admits, but sometimes there’s no substitute for actually being there.
How qualitative research helped AARP reach a new audience with its LifeTuner site
Uncertain of how prominently to brand a new site offering financial advice for 25-to-34-year-olds, AARP relied on one-on-one interviews for guidance.
Conducting ethnographic research with Hispanic consumers
Through tips and a case study example, the authors explain the value of using ethnographic research methods to better understand the Hispanic market.
Tips for effective community engagement
To get the most from your MROC, use these ideas to make sure that respondents and internal stakeholders alike are fully engaged in the process.

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