SmartRevenue will be exhibiting and speaking at The Quirk's Event, New York, March 21 - March 22, 2017. SmartRevenue's CEO, John Dranow, will discuss how to identify and quantify lost opportunities not captured by big data.
Date/Time: Tuesday, March 21st at 1:30 PM
Location: Quirk's Event, NYC (http://www.thequirksevent.com/brooklyn/)
Title: Identifying and Quantifying The Lost Opportunities Not Captured By Big Data
In recent years, the promise and reality of big data have yielded new possibilities for understanding and interpreting purchase behavior. Because of these advances, there is the natural tendency to rely on such data to guide marketing, merchandising, and sales planning. While the potential benefits are attractive because of their scalability and cost-effectiveness, big data do not tell the whole story of shopping behavior, leaving an area of uncertainty where key insights can be generated to drive practical, actionable, revenue-producing solutions.
In this session, John Dranow, CEO, SmartRevenue, discusses data-driven approaches for improving retail performance through the analysis and modification of the shopping process. Drawing from case study examples, we look at how to capture the larger context of the shopper story: how to uncover motivations, purchase drivers and barriers, which are critical to understanding why shoppers select or de-select products, brands, and retailers.
By studying how and why shoppers buy, marketers can:
SmartRevenue is your eyes and ears at the point-of-purchase, experience and consumption, at home, in public, in-store and in digital, anywhere in the world. We've conducted over 1 million observations and interviews in 120 categories across 210 retail banners in the U.S., Canada, Latin America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Leveraging the best trained and educated in-house field force of over 1,200 global ethnographers, SmartRevenue helps clients identify critical point-of-purchase, experience and consumption KPI data white space metrics unavailable through other market research approaches.
Contact us for more information:
Braxton Haulcy, VP of Business Development & Client Service