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The process of gathering information to learn about something that is not fully known.
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Consists of organizations engaged in activities, either formally or informally, that provide the necessary links between the beginning of product creation and the delivery of product to customers.
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Method of data collection, often associated with Quantitative Research, that captures information through the input of responses to a research instrument containing questions (i.e., questionnaire).
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A key concept in scientific research, including marketing research, that is designed to test theory or "gut feelings" about some issues usually with the use of statistical analysis.
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Retail format represented by general merchandisers offering mid-to-high quality products and a strong level of service.
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A public relations tool where a company spokesperson travels to key cities to discuss new products through bookings on TV and radio shows and conducting interviews with print and Internet reporters or influencers (e.g., bloggers).
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Represents a branding decision in which a design element, such as a symbol, logo, character or sound, is used to provide visual or auditory recognition for a product.
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A plan to collect information within a specific type of research method.
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Move by companies to locate certain business functions, such as customer service, outside of either their home country or the country in which their customers reside.
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A type of warehouse owned and operated by channel suppliers or resellers and used as part of their distribution activities.