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Burke: Learning and Growing Through Marketing Research

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to "research on research" internal R&D programs.

Burke’s primary areas of focus include:

Brand Assessment - Burke consultants help companies maximize the value of brands through research programs dedicated to Brand Engagement, Social Media, Image and Positioning, and Awareness and Usage (A & U).

Product/Service Development - From Concept Testing to Pricing Research, Burke provides research techniques that support decision-making throughout the entire development process.

Customer Engagement - Burke helps companies develop and deploy customer engagement systems to more effectively focus internal resources on customer requirements in order to improve productivity, competitiveness, and profitability.

Employee Engagement - Burke offers a full set of tools to help advance and support employee engagement and retention management.

Linking Data Sources - Burke leads the industry in implementing linkage programs with the overarching objective of optimizing organizational performance through fact-based decision-making.

Market Segmentation - Understanding how customers differ, and how organizations may develop strategies to capitalize on those differences, continues to be one of Burke’s passions.

Shopper Research - Burke offers a diverse set of solutions that allows clients to better understand how consumers differ from shoppers, and why it matters.

Qualitative - Innovation and creativity are hallmarks of Burke’s qualitative research services, guided by some of the highest quality standards in the industry.

4. What is Burke’s view of the importance of defining the marketing research problem?

Answer:

By defining the importance of the marketing research problem Burke try to believe that defining the marketing research problem is critical to do a successful project. Especially this company always try to find out the client or agent current symptoms and problems and they are always try to find out the causes of symptoms and try to underline it and fixed it. They always try to effort of examining the background of the problem. When they are doing to fix this problem new challenges and new dynamic direction comes. When Burke face any problem he always try to make sure a suitable approach to define the problem.

5. What is Burke’s view of the marketing research process? How does it compare with the one given in Chapter 1?

Answer:

In view of Burke marketing research process they always try to find out the marketing research problem, developing an approach, research design, data collection and analysis and report preparation. Under research design formulation there some sort of formulation that we always face.

I. Qualitative research

II. Survey method

III. Questionnaires design

IV. Sampling design

6. If Burke were to offer you a position as an account executive with the responsibility of providing marketing research services to P&G, would you accept this position? Why or why not?

Answer:

If Burke offers me as a position of an Account Executive with the responsibility of providing me in marketing research service to P & G, I definitely accept this job offer as being position of account executive. As everyone knows it P&G is a very prestigious brand and worldwide renewed brand. As being part of this company I learn a lot of staff through my fellow collages and my other employee. In doing finance and accounting major subject, I am capable of this position to judge myself better for this

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