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  • Recent survey by Netscribes reveals online shopping habits and preferences of US FMCG consumers March 12, 2019, New York – Netscribes, a global market intelligence and content management firm, today announced the findings of its survey in the whitepaper: What online FMCG consumers want? - 2019 US Consumer Survey. The whitepaper takes a closer look at how consumers in the US shop for FMCG products across e-commerce platforms to reveal their preferences, expectations, and the challenges they face in their online purchase journey. Some of the key findings include: Walmart was the most-preferred online retailer for online grocery shopping, followed by Amazon, Target and Kroger Personal care products are the most popular FMCG category purchased online Low product prices and shipping costs, followed by complete and accurate product information are the most important influencers of online purchases More than half the respondents use more than one online platform to shop for groceries High delivery charges and distrust in the product quality are the major inhibitors in the path-to-purchase To download the complete whitepaper, visit https://www.netscribes.com/Knowledge-Center/What-online-FMCG-consumers-want-2019-US-Consumer-Survey.php. Methodology: The findings presented in the whitepaper are based on a sample Netscribes study conducted to understand the behavior of online grocery shoppers. The research was conducted online in December 2018 among 600 respondents in the US. All respondents were screened for minimum age (18 and above), citizenship (USA), and frequency of online grocery shopping. Quotas were established by age and the questionnaire was designed to ensure current market relevance and thriving behavioral patterns among FMCG consumers. To know more about the solutions that Netscribes offers to companies in the FMCG industry, visit https://www.netscribes.com/industries/consumer-packaged-goods/. About Netscribes Netscribes is a global market intelligence and content services provider that helps corporations achieve strategic objectives through a wide range of offerings. Our solutions rely on a unique combination of qualitative and quantitative primary research, secondary/desk research, social media analytics, and IP research. For more than 15 years, we have helped our clients across a range of industries, including technology, financial services, healthcare, retail, and CPG. Fortune 500 companies, as well as small- to mid-size firms, have benefited from our partnership with relevant market and competitive insights to drive higher growth, faster customer acquisition, and a sustainable edge in their business.   Netscribes is backed by Helix, a US-based private equity fund.

  • In addition to India and the US, Netscribes has now set up a subsidiary in the Lion City as part of its Asia-Pacific expansion strategy New York, September 6, 2018: Netscribes, Inc., a global market intelligence and content services company, today announced the opening of its entity in Singapore, Netscribes Global Pvt. Ltd. With this new location, Netscribes gains the ability to better offer its research and insights-based services to the future-oriented firms in the Asia Pacific region. Singapore, being one of the fastest-growing economies in the world, houses several Asia-Pacific regional headquarters and will now allow the firm to tap that market with a local presence. Speaking on this matter, Sourav Mukherjee, Founder and CEO of Netscribes, said “Singapore, being the heart of a rising Asia, offers tremendous growth opportunities for businesses worldwide. Having a physical entity in Singapore will help us understand this burgeoning market at a deeper level while strengthening our relationship with our existing client base. Many of our North American and European clients have a deep interest in the emerging markets across the Asia Pacific region and our presence will help us meet their needs both from a marketing and insights perspective. Singapore also places a strong focus on innovation, and our technology and innovation research expertise will provide organizations a continual knowledge-based view to help them maintain competitiveness in the changing business environment. This underpins our vision to create a strategic presence in markets where we see the opportunity to grow our insights and content services businesses.” Netscribes has already appointed a full-time local director in the region and hopes to expand its sales presence and develop partnerships with niche firms in the region.   About Netscribes Netscribes is a global market intelligence and content services provider that helps corporations achieve strategic objectives through a wide range of offerings. Our solutions rely on a unique combination of qualitative and quantitative primary research, secondary/desk research, social media analytics, and IP research. For more than 15 years, we have helped our clients across a range of industries, including technology, financial services, healthcare, retail, and CPG. Fortune 500 companies, as well as small- to mid-size firms, have benefited from our partnership with relevant market and competitive insights to drive higher growth, faster customer acquisition, and a sustainable edge in their business. Netscribes is backed by Helix, a US-based private equity fund.

  • NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- The health of a brand is determined by its position in the market. Measured by how it ranks in terms of top-of-mind awareness, perceived value, and favorability, among others; it helps marketers steer the brand in the right direction before it’s too late. But when it This was the challenge facing one of the world’s leading insurance companies that offers medical and dental insurance products and services in various countries. It wanted to gain a holistic view of its brand health in 12 countries within the global expatriate health insurance market. This included customers who had taken health insurance that was either provided by their employers, self- purchased from international private medical insurance (IPMI) providers, or government organizations in the target geographies. To meet the unique requirements of the insurance major, Netscribes utilized a hybrid methodology to measure the company’s brand health. The approach involved a customer and competitive analysis based on a combination of telephonic (CATI) and online (CAWI) interviews. Read this case study to find out how the client was able to develop a marketing strategy to accurately target the right audience based on the insights from Netscribes’ brand health study. To learn more about Netscribes marketing research services in the Insurance industry, visit: https://www.netscribes.com/industries/insurance/.   About Netscribes Netscribes is a global market intelligence and content services provider that helps corporations achieve strategic objectives through a wide range of offerings. Our solutions rely on a unique combination of qualitative and quantitative primary research, secondary/desk research, social media analytics, and IP research. For more than 15 years, we have helped our clients across a range of industries, including technology, financial services, healthcare, retail, and CPG. Fortune 500 companies, as well as small- to mid-size firms, have benefited from our partnership with relevant market and competitive insights to drive higher growth, faster customer acquisition, and a sustainable edge in their business. Netscribes is backed by Helix investments, a US-based private equity fund.

  • New York – May 2018 – In a rapidly-evolving technology landscape, disruption is pervasive. Businesses need to stay agile by constantly exploring and implementing new capabilities. To do so, understanding emerging technologies and their potential implications is a must. Carrying out a comprehensive technology assessment study can provide a clear view of the innovation and technology market trends within a business’s focus sectors. Such a study involves an analysis of relevant patents to reveal the participants that are actively involved in the developments pertaining to the industry while highlighting the opportunities and threats they pose for the business. As a result, business leaders can obtain the answers required to support strategic decision-making, such as: Which technologies to invest in to support short and long-term strategies? Which technologies can solve existing problems and provide a competitive advantage? Which markets are commercially viable for specific emerging technologies? How to enter commercially-viable markets? (For example, which market players to partner with?) This case study explains how a global interactive and visual effects service provider unlocked the potential of wearable AR systems in targeted strategic markets. Through a technology assessment study conducted by Netscribes, it was able to understand the technology and market potential of both existing and emerging AR-based services and prepare a future-ready R&D roadmap. To know more about Netscribes' technology research solutions, visit: https://www.netscribes.com/solutions/market-intelligence/technology-research-insights/   About Netscribes Netscribes is a global market intelligence and content services provider that helps corporations achieve strategic objectives through a wide range of offerings. Our solutions rely on a unique combination of qualitative and quantitative primary research, secondary/desk research, social media analytics, and IP research. For more than 15 years, we have helped our clients across a range of industries, including technology, financial services, healthcare, retail, and CPG. Fortune 500 companies, as well as small- to mid-size firms, have benefited from our partnership with relevant market and competitive insights to drive higher growth, faster customer acquisition, and a sustainable edge in their business. Netscribes is backed by Helix investments, a US-based private equity fund.

  • NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE) -- Consumer food preferences can vary significantly depending on where they live. As an example, diners in urban areas usually prefer healthy and creative dishes, while consumers in rural areas tend to prefer traditional-style food. For restaurants that want to offer the most profitable foods on their menus, understanding the food preferences of target customers is key. Analyzing consumer preferences and habits can provide deeper insight into customers’ tastes and help businesses deliver more profitable offerings. For example, by carrying out a consumer insights study, restaurants can know: Diner food preferences and habits The quality of their customer services and how they can be improved What time of the day and occasions are most favorable for specific types of foods The most preferred accompaniments (sauces, sides, drinks, etc.) The competitive landscape and the most popular dishes on the competition’s menus One of the world’s largest fast-food restaurant chains wanted to launch a chicken-based menu in many of its restaurants in Europe. Find out how it identified what would make its menu a hit among customers based on a consumer insights study by Netscribes. To read the full case study visit: https://www.netscribes.com/case-studies/fast-food-chicken-consumption-behavior/.   About Netscribes Netscribes is a global market intelligence and content services provider that helps corporations achieve strategic objectives through a wide range of offerings. Our solutions rely on a unique combination of qualitative and quantitative primary research, secondary/desk research, social media analytics, and IP research. For more than 15 years, we have helped our clients across a range of industries, including technology, financial services, healthcare, retail, and CPG. Fortune 500 companies, as well as small- to mid-size firms, have benefited from our partnership with relevant market and competitive insights to drive higher growth, faster customer acquisition, and a sustainable edge in their business.   Netscribes is backed by Helix investments, a US-based private equity fund.

  • Latest report by Netscribes highlights the trends, growth and challenges in global wound care market New York – February 27, 2018 – Netscribes, Inc., a global market intelligence firm, released the Global Wound Care Market report today. According to Netscribes, the Global Wound Care Market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of around 5.9% and expected to be worth $21.79 billion by 2022. Factors such as rise in disposable income, increasing access of better healthcare, advancements in technology and increasing awareness have contributed to the growth of the global advanced wound dressing market. Netscribes observed the practice of home health care trending in emerging markets like Asia-Pacific and Latin America. Although the global wound care market is expected to grow progressively, there is a lack of expert healthcare professionals who can adopt new advanced technologies. Additionally, the average price for wound care products is quite high, which can hamper growth in price-sensitive markets. Other key highlights from the report are as follows: North America is the market leader in global wound care product market. Asia-Pacific region is the fastest-growing region. Surgical wound care products is the largest segment within the wound care product market, while the advanced wound care products is the fastest-growing segment. Chronic wound care is the largest and the fastest-growing segment due to the rising prevalence of diabetes. For more information, download the Netscribes Global Wound Care Product Market Report. Netscribes offers custom market research solutions based on specific business needs. To request for custom research contact [email protected] About Netscribes Netscribes is a global market intelligence and content services provider that helps corporations achieve strategic objectives through a wide range of offerings. Our solutions rely on a unique combination of qualitative and quantitative primary research, secondary/desk research, social media analytics, and scientific research. For more than 15 years, we have helped our clients across a range of industries, including technology, financial services, healthcare, retail, and CPG. Fortune 500 companies, as well as small- to mid-size firms, have benefited from our partnership with relevant market and competitive insights to drive higher growth, faster customer acquisition, and a sustainable edge in their business. Netscribes is backed by Helix investments, a US-based private equity fund.

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