How can brands and marketers leverage a variety of data sources to unlock insights and stronger growth? At The Advertising Research Foundation’s (ARF) annual conference, GfK will share new learnings on using visual tools in mobile research, elevating digital advertising (a co-presentation with Microsoft), and tapping into sources of sustainable brand growth.
The two-day event – taking place March 20-21, 2017 at the Hilton Midtown Hotel in New York City – will focus on “Unlocking Advertising Insights.” Leaders in marketing, advertising and research will be exploring the latest strategies and tactics to optimize digital campaigns and increase their brand success.
GfK will take part in the following presentations:
“ARF Original Research: Optimizing Mobile Research –
Speaking the Consumer’s Language”
Monday, March 20; 11:20AM – 11:50AM
Dive deeper in optimizing mobile survey design to learn how emojis and visual tools help make mobile surveys thumb-friendly.
Chris Bacon – EVP, Global Research Quality & Innovation, The ARF
Frances Barlas – VP, Research Methods, GfK
Ryan Baum – Senior Research Strategist, FocusVision
Zoe Dowling, Ph.D. – Lead Research Strategist, FocusVision
Randall K. Thomas – SVP, Research Methods, GfK
“Elevating Digital Advertising”
Tuesday, March 21; 12:30PM – 1:00PM
GfK and Microsoft describe an affordable method of pre-screening for the quality of display advertising, leading to ads that break through the online clutter.
Josh Billig – Consumer Advertising Research, Microsoft
Jon Brand – SVP, Brand & Customer Experience, GfK
“Understanding Sources of Sustainable Brand Growth”
Tuesday, March 21; 2:10PM – 2:40PM
GfK shows how to find the right balance between short-term success and long-term brand building.
Oliver Hupp, Ph.D. – Global Director, Brand Strategy & Tracking, GfK
Jo-Ann Osipow – EVP, Brand & Customer Experience, GfK
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