A team from TNS Korea were this week awarded the prestigious Best Paper Award for ESOMAR Asia Pacific 2014.
Kuala Lumpur, WP, Malaysia., May 15, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) - The paper was developed in association with Samsung Electronics and Cheil Worldwide - ‘Unveiling the Online Shopper’s Journey: how to measure the online shopper’s journey through big data analysis’ was presented by two of its authors, Sungeun (Se) Kwon, head of digital division at TNS Korea and Minwook Kim, senior research executive in her team, at this week’s event in Jakarta.
Commenting on their decision to award the team ‘Best Paper’, the Programme Committee at ESOMAR said, “The combination of the methodology adopted, to answer the client need, in that particular market, we considered to be a true reflection of the conference theme: Celebrating Asian Creativity- congratulations to the winners!”
The paper was developed by the team at TNS alongside their clients at Samsung Electronics and Cheil Worldwide. It was presented by the TNS team at the event, which is in its 15th year and attracted over 200 delegates from 29 countries. The TNS paper was judged the winner by a panel that included senior insights professionals from the Coca-Cola Company, Yahoo! and L’Oreal, in addition to representatives of the research industry.
Commenting on his team’s achievement, Jungyul Yang, CEO, TNS Korea said, “The strong partnership between Samsung and TNS has enabled us to really innovate and pioneer new research methods; this agency-client team really does focus on answering the key business question and their seamless collaboration has led to this effectiveness. I am incredibly proud of our team for achieving recognition on such an important international platform and hugely appreciative of our clients at Samsung for this continued partnership and trust in us to ‘co-pilot’ them to success.”
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The paper’s authors were:
Heesun Kim, Head, Integrated Launch Marketing, Mobile Division, Samsung Electronics
Yuri Jung, Manager, Integrated Launch Marketing, Mobile Division, Samsung Electronics
Heeyoung Kim, Associate, Integrated Launch Marketing, Mobile Division, Samsung Electronics
Sungeun (Se) Kwon, Head of Digital Division, TNS Korea
Minwook Kim, Senior Research Executive, Digital Division, TNS Korea
TNS advises clients on specific growth strategies around new market entry, innovation, brand switching and customer and employee relationships, based on long-established expertise and market-leading solutions. With a presence in over 80 countries, TNS has more conversations with the world’s consumers than anyone else and understands individual human behaviours and attitudes across every cultural, economic and political region of the world.
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