Marketing Research

02 Sep


1. Write don a brief summary of all the answers given above. How does this differ from the analysis ofstructured-response questions?


Case 2: Conduct Chi-square test to cross-tabulate and to understand the relationship between the independentand the dependent variable. Also calculate contingency coefficient and the lambda asymmetric coefficient tofind the strength of the association between the two variables. Take Sample size as thirty. Analysis of cross-tabulationusing SPSS software package would be required.

CASE – 3 Tamarind Menswear

1. Do you have Tamarind? Yes/No

2. What do you think about it?

3. Is there place in the market for one more readymade garment company?

4. What kind of products does Tamarind have? Are they good?

5. Is it a threat to any existing brand? If yes, which one?

6. If it is not a available, what is your view about advertising so heavily before the product is launched?

7. Are people coming and asking for Tamarind?

8. The range of clothes with the retailer.

9. Price range.

10. Name of the shop and so on.


1. Which ads do you recall?

2. Which garment ads do you recall?

3. Have you seen the Tamarind ad?

4. What do you remember from the ads?

5. Do you like the ad? Why?

6. What is the main message?

7. What kind of clothes are Tamarind?

8. What do you think will be the price range?

9. Will you buy it? Why?

CASE – 4 Logistics Regression


Case 4: Using logistic regression proof that particular drug for women has characteristics that cause some ofthem an adverse reaction to a particular drug.

CASE – 5 Conjoint Analysis


Case 5: Use conjoint analysis to determine from a potential customer‘s point of view, how important eachattribute is to him. Also determine how much utility the customer derives from a given combination of theselevels of attributes. The attributes are life, price and colour.



1. Can you add to methodology section?

2. Distribute the sample of 75 among the different categories of respondents mentioned under ―Sample Composition.

Marketing Research Management

02 Jul

1. Traditionally Marketing researchers for assessing information needs and providing the relevant information, whereas marketing decisions were made by the managers. Briefly discuss why the roles of marketing managers and marketing researchers are changing?

2. Define and discuss problem identification and problem – solving research. Discuss how the two types of research are related. Develop an example showing the relationship between these two types of research?

3. Briefly discuss problem definition and why it is the most important task in the marketing research project?

4. What are the relative advantages and disadvantages of longitudinal versus cross-sectional designs?

5. Discuss the uses of non-probability & probability sampling?

6. Give a brief overview of the data-preparation process?

7. Write a short essay detailing what a person or student should do to prepare for a career marketing research?

8. Explain the role of Micro computers in marketing research?

9. Write a short note on “Data Processing Methods”

10. What are the resources available for marketing research, explain?

11. Why television channels like NDTV or CNN prefer to use online focus groups over traditional focus groups? Taking the other view, why would traditional focus groups be preferred?

12. Explain the different approaches to budgeting for international advertising?

13. “Compared with products, marketing of services poses distinctive challenges to marketers” Explain, Enumerate the marketing challenges.