Global is delighted to have held a further Paris seminar on May 30th 2013. Below we have listed the papers that were presented and if you would like any further information, please get in touch with our contact as indicated.
Big Data / Data Scientist, the New frontier for you Data by François Conesa (SOLADIS) François Conesa, general manager of Soladis; in charge of the SAFIR Master, Decisions and risk management, in the Lyon ISFA university; Vice-president of Polytech’Lyon (école polytechnique of Lyon); Statistic engeneer. With the generalized massive aquisition of datas in the process, why and how to build a dymanic marketing plan. The modelisation of bases of the operation paremeters of knowledge and the clients’ satisfaction measurement herald the “data scientist” era, a “big data” job. firstname.lastname@example.org
MASTERTRENDS®: a third dimension in marketing analysis by Martine Clerckx (WIDE) and Philippe Geerts (LISTEN) – Belgium This is a unique approach allowing the synergy functionment of the societies evolutions and the results of the quantitaties and/or qualitaties studies. email@example.com
From the Client statisfaction to the client preference: The key of stakeholding by Fernand Wiesenfeld (MV2 Group) – France This very concrete presentation allows to discover the analytics process which can be created from the results of the Satisfaction Measurements, with the finality to define some operationals objectives to optimize the Client Preference, unavoidable condition to attain the “graal” : the Loyalty. firstname.lastname@example.org
MROC (Market Research Online Communities) : a strong and structuring tendancy of the Marketing Studies. by Balàzs Kertész (Szinapszis Market Research & Consulting) – Hungary This presentation is divided in 3 parts:
Fishing in Ponds : a practical vision of the use of MROCs (Marketing Research Online Communities) by Silvio Pires de Paula (DEMANDA) – Brazil Market researchers are aware of and interested in using market research online communities (MROCs). However, many don’t know exactly how to bring online communities into their research mix. This presentation will give some concretes examples allowing everyone to find an advantage to use online communities : methodological expertizing, relations with the suppliers, online communities integration in the quantitatives projects, etc. email@example.com