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The health and wellness choices consumers are making are constantly reshaping markets and industries. So, why do they change so much and so often? We reveal factors that impact product purchases and uncover how the healthy consumer profile has changed over time, and future health trends brands can build their future strategies around.
With a whirlwind of changing trends based on changing consumer preferences, it can be difficult to know where to focus new product developments and existing optimizations for the best results for your brand. That’s why it’s crucial for brands to continue to stay ahead of the curve and understand their consumer behaviors and preferences that hold the power to make or break repeat product purchases.
How are different consumer activities being influenced by the rapid growth of technology and digitization of brands? Deep explorations into advanced digital technologies and solutions can bring brands closer to their target consumers.
Investing in robust testing processes helps brands to position themselves as true industry leaders.
There's a much bigger picture to the overall product sensory experience, encompassing facets of sustainability, personalization, inclusivity and multisensory input — many of which could be powered by AI.
Companies have multiple products at varying stages at any given time. Does your product truly fill a gap for your target audience? Are you launching the best version of your product? Where can your product be optimized? Through the art of product testing and consumer insights, we’re unveiling solutions behind 5 instrumental stages, from exploration to renovation, that exist across the product and consumer insights landscape.
With the growing interest of plant-based alternatives, CPG brands are responding quickly to prioritize the development of plant-based dairy products. But does growing interest equal sales? Loyalty in the dairy category is mixed, with a large majority of U.S. consumers still preferring traditional dairy. There's a broader world of innovation that deserves recognition. Consumers are looking for something unique, and new products and strong competition are all clamoring for the best seat at the table.
Consumer-led industries are shifting toward Generative AI, from predicting market trends to enhancing consumer experiences. At Curion, we seek to understand how we can use AI to further our mission as an organization to better understand the consumer. Curion is embracing the support of AI to help us further interpret human behavior at scale as we continue to lead in this area.
Since launching a new product offers only one chance at success, optimizing it to its fullest potential becomes crucial. Franchise protection is the ultimate business objective in the realm of productivity testing. Brands must adopt a vigilant approach to product performance initiatives to mitigate risks stemming from product changes due to supply chain changes and cost optimizations.
Curion, a Summit Park, LLC portfolio company, announced that Steve Jungmann has been appointed Chief Executive Officer and will also serve on the Board of Directors.
Open-ended responses hold a distinctive power to unveil hidden insights that quantitative measures might miss. Curion ventured to explore the potential of modifying prompts for open-ended questions to influence the context of consumer responses. This research was selected by the Scientific Committee as a "Top Poster," representing the top 10% of all research presented at Pangborn 2023, showcasing its outstanding contribution to the field.
Two leading factors - fragrance and skinfeel - behind consumer experience have the power to dictate whether a product is embraced or discarded. Research consistently reveals that positive emotions heighten product appeal, while negative feelings deter consumer interest. Blue California partnered with Curion to dive into the emotional landscape of skincare, guided by Russell's Circumplex Model, a large library of fragrance descriptors that formed the foundation for understanding consumer emotions.