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The GreenBook is a Web site run by the American Marketing Association. In general, it deals with a whole range of topics related to marketing research. At the site, these subjects are covered:
What Marketing Researchers Do – GRIT Report
As GreenBook’s Executive Director/Producer notes in the report:
“Welcome to the 22nd edition of the GreenBook Research Industry Trends Report, using data collected in 2017. As we continue our efforts to make the GRIT sample global, we completed 1,533 interviews with those from from 75 countries. As before, we consider this report to provide a meaningful and reliable snapshot of marketing research. Often, regional analysis is possible. Further, we make all data available to everyone.”
“For this edition, we explore some new topics. And some that readers depend on GRIT to cover. These include adoption of emerging methods, use of traditional methods, satisfaction with suppliers, perceptions of challenges & opportunities (and what to do about them), financial outlook and projected spending, how research professionals use their time and what tools they use to do their jobs, buzz topics such as automation or AI, and the next iteration of our industry benchmark.”
The following infographic presents a solid overview of the marketing research industry around the globe. This infographic looks at a typical day in the life of a marketing research. And it highlights several opportunities and complexities facing the industry today.