GfK’s NextGen Data Science Hackathon Competition gives undergraduate student researchers from North American universities a chance to test their marketing and research knowledge and be immersed in the world of consumer data. Using data analysis and integration -- as well as research and marketing savvy -- they address issues critical for today’s marketers.
Evolving technology has been transforming the global retail landscape and the way consumers are shopping in the past decade. GfK’s latest FutureBuy report reveals a continuing surge in online shopping across most of the tracked product categories, with 63 percent of consumers agreeing that their mobile device is becoming their most important shopping tool.
Just-released 2018 GfK research shows that 45% of all US consumers believe that their smartphones and/or tablets are “quickly becoming [their] most important” shopping tools.
MRI has just released results from the first National Cannabis Study, capturing the full spectrum of cannabis use – the what, why, and how – across the US.
A new analysis from GfK’s National Shopper Lab (NSL) database shows that an average of four in ten (41%) FSI (free-standing insert) coupon redeemers will return to buy the same product again.
GfK has relaunched its NextGen Competition for undergraduates, challenging them to extract insights from a variety of raw data sets during a 10-day hackathon.
At one of the premier events for thought leaders in consumer insights, GfK experts will play key roles in all three days of the agenda, including co-presentations with Ferrero and Microsoft.
GfK has launched its Consumer Insights Engine, the first solution to provide a true market view of the online and offline consumer purchase journey for the technology and consumer durables industries.
Digital targeting is raising the value of in-depth, actionable profiles of key consumer groups. In sessions at this year’s Corporate Researcher’s Conference (CRC), GfK experts drew on new studies to provide remarkably detailed looks at both Leading-Edge Consumers (LECs) and US national cannabis users.
At this week’s Path to Purchase (P2P) Expo, GfK will apply its shopper expertise to help attendees profit from the shifting technology landscape.
Our goal with the Retail Seminars is to offer you insights on the shoppers of a specific retailer and how the behaviour of these shoppers explains the performance of that retailer today. You will find an answer to questions such as “What drives shoppers to go to these different retailers?” and “Which elements influence their purchases - at those retailers?”
GfK is strengthening its focus on in-store testing with the hiring of Thomas Schmidt, a consumer insights specialist with more than 20 years’ experience in shopper research.