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Smart Insights: Consumer Health

What trends and lifestyle changes are affecting your market – and how? What is your brand perception, compared to competitors? How do consumers experience your brand and products? How can you optimize your store environments, services and products?

What we do

Consumer health marketing demands a combination of both pharmaceutical and Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) skills. This is why our consumer health experts draw on our strong understanding of patients, consumers, shoppers, retailers, pharmacists, physicians and healthcare professionals across the world.

Our uniquely comprehensive service gives you the complete picture. Everything from identifying opportunities for switch or New product development (NPD), through current brand perception and audience segmentation, to optimizing your advertising and go-to-market mix.

We identify what is happening at every experience point that consumers have with your brand, products or services. And we assess the broad trends and specific influences that are driving their choices and behavior at each point.

With this joined-up insight, we deliver a rigorous understanding of the full market dynamics affecting your performance, and what you can do to drive growth.

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    • 09/13/16
    • Retail
    • Automotive
    • Point of Sales Tracking
    • Poland
    • Polish

    Zmiany trendów na polskim rynku opon

    Warszawa, 13 września 2016 r. – Według ekspertów GfK w pierwszych czterech miesiącach bieżącego roku, w stosunku do analogicznego okresu roku poprzedniego, sprzedano o 3 proc. mniej opon niż rok wcześniej.
    • 08/31/16
    • Retail
    • Technology
    • Automotive
    • Consumer Goods
    • Connected Consumer
    • Poland
    • Polish

    Connected Consumer Index: wskaźnik adaptacji nowych technologii

    GfK Connected Consumer Index pokazuje poziom adaptacji nowych technologii przez konsumentów w 78 krajach – jak często i za pośrednictwem jakich urządzeń korzystają z sieci i komunikują się ze sobą.
    • 05/19/17
    • Automotive
    • Media Measurement
    • Global
    • English

    Mobile is the means to improving traction for your crossmedia automotive campaigns

    As an automotive marketer, you face a great many challenges. Not only is the auto industry in the fast lane when it comes to change, but so too is the media landscape you must navigate to attract Connected Consumers. Online media’s increasing importance in the purchase journey combined with the proliferation of connected devices, however, presents a significant opportunity and route to maximizing the efficiency of your campaigns. While traditional TV remains the go-to media channel to drive brand image and reach a mass audience, online campaigns can add extra reach and help target a specific group. More specifically, you need to go mobile and devise content specifically for this channel. Here’s why:

    Go mobile to get more mileage from your campaigns

    Our research shows that mobile accounts for a significant share of digital ad impressions. According to our Crossmedia Visualizer data, based on online users in Germany, more than one third (37.4%) of all ad impressions within automotive online touchpoints occur exclusively on mobile devices. When looking at smartphones only, they deliver 20.4% exclusive reach, while tablets deliver 14.3%. Mobile use is even more pronounced among Gen Y (20-34 year olds) in this market, where 45.3% of impressions in the automotive category are exclusively on mobile. What’s more, our research shows that the reach of Facebook on mobile devices among younger target age groups is nearly three times higher than that of desktop ad placements. Also when run in addition to TV campaigns, paid placements on Facebook can extend incremental reach by 4.5%. This is even before considering the viral effects a campaign can have. Younger age groups are not only critical for brand building but are also, because of their affinity for using mobile and social media, open to campaigns that use these channels. What this means is that if you aren’t reaching them on mobile and via social media through paid placements and the like, your competitors surely will.

    Fine-tune your use of mobile channels for incremental reach and targeting

    The increasing usage of mobile devices among the online population in the auto sector is also evident when we look at the websites of the top three premium car brands in Germany. While desktop still delivers the greatest share of impressions versus mobile for Mercedes-Benz (64.3% vs. 35.8%) and Audi (64.3% vs. 32.2%), for BMW, mobile provides a 53.3% share of impressions versus 45.9% for desktop. These factors combine to underline the need to optimize the mobile elements of your cross-media campaigns to target today’s – and tomorrow’s – Connected Consumers where they are. Put another way, if you want to get the mileage from your cross-media campaigns, you need to fine-tune your use of mobile channels to deliver that all-important incremental reach and targeting of content. You can master today’s multi-channel marketing reality and track, analyze and optimize your media planning with our Crossmedia Visualizer tool. Test it out for yourself for free to discover:
    • which car brand sites have the highest net reach among the online population in Germany and how this has changed over last five months
    • which of the key online auto sites in Germany has the highest net reach and number of unique users
    • what the top auto sites’ reach is by device and which site indexes highest for reaching those who intend to buy a new car (timeframe)
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    • 03/31/17
    • Press
    • Financial Services
    • Health
    • Media and Entertainment
    • Retail
    • Technology
    • Automotive
    • Consumer Goods
    • FMCG
    • Global
    • English

    UK Consumer Confidence stays at -6 in March

    GfK’s long-running Consumer Confidence Index remains stable at -6 in March.  Three of the five measures stayed at the same level and two measures saw increases.
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  • User Experience (UX)

    User Experience (UX)

    Aby odnieść sukces, nowe produkty i usługi muszą być intuicyjne, praktyczne, intrygujące i pożądane. Doświadczenie użytkownika musi być nacechowane emocjonalnie, aby łatwo zapadało w pamięć.

  • Potencjał rynkowy i innowacje

    Potencjał rynkowy i innowacje

    Marki znajdują się pod presją, aby zachować kontakt z coraz bardziej nasyconym rynkiem. Decydujące znaczenie ma znajomość tego, kiedy, gdzie i jak dostarczać atrakcyjne doświadczenia.

  • Trendy i prognozowanie

    Trendy i prognozowanie

    Dzisiejsze tempo wprowadzania na rynek nowych ofert i skracania cyklów życia produktów wywiera ogromną presję na firmy. Jeszcze nigdy zachowania zakupowe konsumentów nie zmieniały się tak szybko. 

  • Monitorowanie punktów sprzedaży

    Monitorowanie punktów sprzedaży

    Detaliści i producenci znajdują się pod stałą presją, aby opracowywać produkty i usługi, które maksymalizują sprzedaż i zyski i spowodują, że klienci będą ciągle sięgać po kolejne produkty.

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