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Developments in the global market research industry by ted vonk budapest 11 november 2004

Developments in the Global Market Research Industryby Ted VonkBudapest, 11 November 2004


Agenda
Agenda

  • Developments and changes in the Market Research Industry during the last 10 years

  • Future developments until 2010

  • Global Industry Study

MetamorphosisConsumer Trends in Time and Space


Mr adds value to business and society

The Market Research Profession

MR: Adds Value to Business and Society

  • Connects demand and supply

  • MR Creates

    • Transparency

    • Effectiveness

    • Efficiency

  • Contributes to

    • Social insight

    • Quality of society

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Market research has scientific roots

However, it became an Industry..

In 2003

Growth of World Market towards $ 18,9 billion (€ 16,8 billion)

Europe : $ 8,3 billion(€ 7,3 billion)

Hungary: $ 53 million(€ 47 million)

Emerging external challenges

The Market Research Industry

Market Research has Scientific Roots …..

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External dynamics drive change

The Market Research Industry

External Dynamics Drive Change

  • GLOBALISATION

  • ICT/TECHNOLOGY

  • NEW ENTRANTS/COMPETITORS

  • LEGISLATIVE PRESSURE

  • DIFFERENT REQUIREMENTS

  • CHANGE OF POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC SYSTEMS

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Globalisation of the marketing area
Globalisation of the marketing area

  • … the driving force behind growing demand for research

    • MR has become integral part of marketing mix

  • Clients of market research asked for:

    • Worldwide coverage

    • Consistent quality

    • Harmonisation of the ways of working

    • Branded products

  • Mergers and acquisitions in the MR industry

    • Economies of scale

    • Research product development

    • ICT investments

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Globalisation of the mr industry
Globalisation of the MR industry

Mergers and Acquisitions have reshaped the MR industry landscape

  • Concentration of providers

    • Top 25 agencies: 60% of global turnover

  • Acquisitions will continue

    • In first half 2004: 17 M&A by top 25

    • Alliances in audience measurement (VNU/WPP)

    • Publishers and providers of marketing services show interest in the MR industry

  • Listed at the stock exchanges

    • Different ways of working

    • Short term policy, shareholders value

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Top 10 research providers
Top 10 Research Providers

Provider Country xMillion US$

VNU (Nielsen Media, AC Nielsen) NL 3.048

TNS UK 1.561

IMS UK 1.381

Kantar Group (RI, Millward.Brown) UK 1.002

GfK Group Ger 673

Ipsos Fr 644

IRI USA 554

Weststat USA 381

Synovate UK 358

NOP World UK 336

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There is room for small medium agencies
There is room for small/medium agencies

  • Local business

  • Closer to clients/partnerships

  • Specific industry (niche) area’s

  • Growing demand of small and medium sized companies for research

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Ict technology
ICT/Technology

  • All data collection computer assisted

  • Shift within data collection methods

    • Face-to-face and CATI will go down

    • Direct registration of behaviour

  • Online data collection still to come

  • Advanced tools for analysis within reach

  • Integration of information from different sources

  • Online delivery of results

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New entrants and competitors
New entrants and competitors

  • No entrance barriers

    • Anyone can enter the business

    • No big investments needed anymore

  • Competitors from other industries

    • CRM suppliers

    • Consultancy firms

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Legislative pressure
Legislative pressure

  • Legislation is a threat for the MR industry

    • Privacy laws

    • Data protection laws

  • Legislation does not distinguish Direct marketing and market research

  • Restrictive measures limits the ways to conduct MR

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Self regulation helps
Self regulation helps….

….to avoid restrictive legislation

  • Ethical codes and guidelines, quality standards

  • Do-not-call system, Anti-spam

  • Adhered to by the whole industry:

    “One industry, one voice”

  • ESOMAR and EFAMRO have developed several initiatives to stimulate self regulation and to fight against threatening legislation

    • Monitoring system of drafted legislation

    • National associations joined these initiatives

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    Different requirements of end users
    Different requirements of end-users

    • From “nice to know ”towards“ needs to know”

    • Research that directly contributes to the business:

      • Actionable results

      • Predictive insights

      • Precise, timely and tailored

    • Ability to link propriety data, purchasing data and research data

    • Integrated understanding of business

    • More creativity

    MetamorphosisConsumer Trends in Time and Space


    A different type of mr emerging

    To a more Strategic one

    Go/No Go

    Type of

    research

    Needs-driven

    Insightful

    Type of

    research

    Monitoring

    Type of

    research

    A different type of MR emerging…

    From Risk-Aversive MR

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    Client companies will drive change
    Client companies will drive change

    Changes in the industry will be increasingly demand driven (“demand pull”)

    • 1000 top clients already spend 80%

    • 65% of their budgets go to 25 companies

    • For “Best Solutions” they will not wait for a top-provider (in-house, outside, new entrants)

      …pressure to adapt current MR business model

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    The current business model

    Product/Service offering

    rapportage

    onderzoek

    Product /

    Service

    Offering

    Assets/Core

    Competences

    Inputs,

    Raw material

    The

    Customer

    Channels

    The Current Business Model…..

    The Traditional Value Chain*

    * Source: The Profit Zone, Slywotzky & Morrison

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    The current business model1

    Traditional Phases of Development in MR (large and medium sized companies)

    build up research

    technology/

    build data factory

    add local/

    regional

    competence

    add domain-

    specific/

    sector competence

    add marketing

    competence

    (pre-structured

    solutions/acc.mgt)

    The Current Business Model…..

    * Source: The Profit Zone, Slywotzky & Morrison

    Characteristics:

    • Huge investments in “data manufacturing”

    • Value based on data delivery (tracking, syndicated, simple ad hoc)

    • Focus on shareholder growth/profit

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    Reputation vs margin
    Reputation vs. Margin

    Dominant Business model:

    • does not support “Best Solution”/ Consulting Services if they do not help sell data.

    • focuses on increasing factory load & coverage

    • Helps to sell products and syndicated services

    The amount

    of reputation

    The amount

    of profit

    Business

    Insights

    Business

    Insights

    Data

    Delivery

    Data

    Delivery

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    Change of rules of the game

    Product/Service offering

    rapportage

    onderzoek

    Product /

    Service

    Offering

    The

    Customer

    Inputs,

    Raw material

    Assets/Core

    Competences

    Channels

    …. change of rules of the game

    MR Industry to Innovate:

    • Improve value add ….and move to a much wider context: from data management to decision facilitation

      (using variety of sources…..meeting demand for actionable insights)

    • Reverse value orientation: transform business model

    • Change in take-off phase

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    What does this mean in practice
    What does this mean in practice?

    • Focus is shifting from the quality of data collection towards better decision support and a clear contribution in improving decision making

    • Market researchers need to demonstrate that they can make the difference. Not only providing facts, but also look at the consequences

    • MR industry should extend its offer to both data collection and evidence based consultancy

      • Become more specialists in a certain area

      • More business oriented market researchers

      • To be able to analyze multiple, imperfect data sets

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    How to enter the added value business
    How to enter the added value business?

    • Force research technicians to specialize along industries or practices

    • Accumulate marketing knowledge around branded products which serve important marketing applications (brand equity, advertising, CSM)

    • Attract skilful consultants from management consultancies

    • Combine research competence with marketing competence

      We are able to think!!!!

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    And will this happen vision 2010 study

    And will this happen…..?Vision 2010 study


    Vision 2010 study
    Vision 2010 study

    • Online study among researchers from all over the world about industry developments

    • Fieldwork: June 2004

    • 1351 respondents (837 providers and 514 clients)

    MetamorphosisConsumer Trends in Time and Space


    Expected changes
    Expected changes

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    Changes in industry composition in 2010
    Changes in Industry composition in 2010

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    Research process related changes in 2010
    Research Process related changes in 2010

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    Trends with impact on ways of working
    Trends with impact on ways of working

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    Trends with impact on ways of working1
    Trends with impact on ways of working

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    Most likely to happen situation next 10 years
    Most likely to happen situation next 10 years

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    Most serious threats for mr industry
    Most serious threats for MR industry

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    Potential success factors
    Potential success factors

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    Global industry study 2003
    Global Industry study 2003

    • Annual study about MR industry turnover

    • Associations and experts provide information

    • 40 associations completed the questionnaire

    • Experts estimated the turnover in 21 other countries

    • Figures should be treated as ESIMATES

    MetamorphosisConsumer Trends in Time and Space


    Mr turnover per region
    MR Turnover per region

    2002 2003

    EU15 6,327 7,608

    New member states 191 243

    Other Europe 368 435

    Total Europe 6,885 8,285

    North America 6,707 7,137

    Central and South America 632 685

    Asia Pacific 2,239 2,569

    Middle East & Africa 205 246

    Total World 16,668 18,922

    Turnover in million US$

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    Share of global market per region
    Share of global market per Region

    %

    EU15 40.2

    New EU member states 1.3

    Other Europe 2.3

    Total Europe 43.8

    North America 37.7

    Central and South America 3.6

    Asia Pacific 13.6

    Middle East & Africa 1.3

    Total World 100.0

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    Calculating growth rates
    Calculating growth rates….

    ……means eliminating the effect of changing exchange rates…….

    Euro changed from 1US$ = € 1.06 in 2002 to 1US$ = € 0.89 in 2003

    By creating a ceteris paribus situation the effect of the exchange rates has been eliminated and the growth rates have become actual

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    Countries with a real growth rate over 10
    Countries with a real growth rate over 10%

    Real growth rate 2002/03

    (adjusted for inflation)

    %

    Chile 30.6

    China PR. 28.0

    Bulgaria 23.6

    Vietnam 23.3

    Philippines 20.9

    Mexico 17.2

    India 16.9

    Slovak Rep. 14.8

    Poland 14.7

    Indonesia 13.4

    Hungary 11.5

    Czech Rep. 11.0

    Argentina 10.0

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    Growth rate per region
    Growth rate per Region

    unadjusted adjusted

    for inflation for inflation

    2002/03 2002/03

    % %

    EU15 2.8 0.7

    New member states 14.0 11.8

    Other Europe 7.9 0.7

    Total Europe 3.4 1.0

    North America 5.6 3.3

    Central and South America 18.1 8.3

    Asia Pacific 6.4 5.6

    Middle East & Africa 4.9 1.1

    Total World 5.1 2.7

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    Eu 15 turnover 2003 and real growth rate
    EU 15: turnover 2003 and real growth rate

    Turnover in Real growth rate US$ million (adjusted for inflation)

    EU 15 2003 2002/03

    %

    UK 1.997 - 0.1

    Germany* 1.805 - 0.1

    France* 1.580 2.4

    Italy* 581 2.4

    Spain* 395 2.9

    Netherlands* 305 - 2.8

    Sweden 273 - 0.2

    Belgium* 164 - 0.2

    Finland* 113 3.6

    Denmark 106 - 2.0

    Greece* 67 2.6

    Ireland* 59 - 1.7

    Portugal* 52 0.0

    Luxembourg* 4 2.7

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    New eu member states
    New EU member states

    Turnover in Real growth rate US$ million (adjusted for inflation)

    New Members 2003 2002/03

    Poland 97 14.7

    Czech Rep. 53 11.0

    Hungary 53 11.5

    Slovak Rep. 12 14.8

    Lithuania 7 9.9

    Slovenia 6 5.3

    Estonia 6 2.0

    Latvia 5 - 2.8

    Cyprus 3 2.0

    Total 243 11.8%

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    Other europe
    Other Europe

    Turnover in Real growth rate US$ million (adjusted for inflation)

    Other Europe 2003 2002/03

    Bulgaria 7 23.6

    Norway 90 - 3.9

    Romania 12 - 3.8

    Russia 85 4.6

    Switzerland 162 4.1

    Turkey 50 - 8.4

    Total 435 0.7

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    Price index of research
    Price Index of Research

    USA 242 Italy 92

    Japan 230 Greece 81

    Sweden 180 Portugal 77

    UK 170 Czech Rep 76

    France 158 China 70

    Germany 152 Turkey 70

    Belgium 138 Poland 52

    Netherlands 137 Russia 50

    Finland 116 Ukraine 48

    Spain 115 India 37

    Austria 105 Bulgaria 29

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    Countries with highest mr spend per capita
    Countries with highest MR spend per capita

      US$ per capita

    UK 33.80

    Sweden 30.82

    France* 26.40

    USA 22.88

    Switzerland 22.55

    Germany* 21.90

    Finland* 21.72

    Norway 19.94

    Denmark 19.89

    Australia 19.60

    Netherlands* 18.97

    New Zealand 18.11

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    Spending per capita in east and central europe
    Spending per capitain East and Central Europe

      US$ per capita

    UK 33.80

    USA 22.88

    Hungary 5.31

    Czech Rep. 5.19

    Slovenia 3.24

    Poland 2.52

    Slovakia 2.17

    Croatia 1.99

    Bulgaria 0.87

    Russia 0.59

    Romania 0.55

    Ukraine 0.31

    China 0.30

    India 0.06

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    Domestic and international clients
    Domestic and international clients

    Domestic Clients from Clients outside country

    Bulgaria 55 45

    Czech Rep. 80 20

    Hungary 84 16

    Poland 89 11

    Romania 78 22

    Russia 75 25

    Slovakia 64 36

    Slovenia 74 26

    Total 76 24

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    Consumer vs non consumer research
    Consumer vs Non-Consumer Research

      Consumer Non-consumer Research Research

    % %

    Romania 88 12

    Czech Rep. 80 20

    Hungary 79 21

    Slovakia 78 22

    Russia 70 30

    Slovenia 68 32

    Poland 64 36

    Bulgaria 60 40

    Total 78% 22%

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    Expenditure per research method
    Expenditure per research method

      Total Total

    quantitative qualitative Other

    % % %

    Czech Rep. 82 13 5

    Slovakia 81 15 4

    Slovenia 80 15 5

    Russia 75 25 0

    Hungary 72 25 3

    Romania 71 18 11

    Poland 68 20 12

    Bulgaria 65 25 10

    Weighted Total 81 14 5

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    Spending quantitative research methods
    Spending quantitative research methods

    f-to On-

    Post Tel -f line Other Total

    % % % % % %

    Bulgaria 0 10 50 0 5 65

    Czech Rep. 1 14 40 1 25 82

    Hungary 1 18 50 1 2 72

    Poland 0 8 44 0 16 68

    Romania 0 6 53 11 1 71

    Russia 0 20 55 0 0 75

    Slovakia 0 20 57 0 4 81

    Slovenia 3 40 32 3 2 80

    Netherlands16 29 23 20 0 88

    Total 7% 20% 31% 6% 16% 81%

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    Online research starts to take off slowly
    Online research starts to take off slowly

    • Netherlands in the lead:

      • 2003: 20% of all Market Research on-line research

      • 2004: about 40%

      • Shift towards large access panels

    • What makes it happen in the Netherlands?

      • Internet penetration over 70%

      • Constraints of other methods (non-response, costs for interviewers)

      • Acceptation by clients

    • Other countries will follow soon

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    In conclusion
    In Conclusion

    • Market Research industry is full of changes

    • Transforming to a major industry

    • The need for change is recognized

    • A lot of change has still to come

    • Period of change is a period of opportunities

    • However, market researchers need to demonstrate that they can make a difference….

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