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The Newest Tools and Latest Insights in Audience Research – IEG 2012

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Presented by Jed Pearsall and Bill Doyle at the 2012 IEG Conference.

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Performance Research @ IEG 2010

Check out the presentation below from Jed Pearsall and Bill Doyle!

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VP Bill Doyle speaks at 2010 NCAA Convention

Last Wednesday Performance Research Vice President Bill Doyle had the pleasure to speak at the 2010 NCAA Convention held in Atlanta, GA.  Bill spoke during a panel discussion titled “Fans: How to find them and how to keep them”.

During this panel, he talked about the findings from Performance Research’s extensive research in regards to sporting events and fan retention. He also provided tools and guidance on how schools can conduct their own research to find out who is, who isn’t and who should be coming to their sporting events.

We hope that his years of experience and industry expertise were helpful to the event attendees!

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Old is New for Puerto Rico

Just like tight jeans and skinny ties, advertising campaigns can also make a comeback.  Last week in New York, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico announced the revival of a heralded campaign that was first used in the 1950’s.

The original advertisements which featured photographed images of Puerto Rico shot by Elliot Erwitt and copious copy in big block letters were designed by the Ogilvy and Mather Agency, the same agency who is spearheading the current campaign.  Interestingly enough, the same photographer is also being used for the 2009 edition.

Performance Research VP Bill Doyle was excited to be on hand at the Exit Art Gallery in Manhattan for the campaign release party.  When Bill returned to Newport he talked about how the theme of the advertisements speaks well for the country of Puerto Rico, and should be beneficial in their pursuit of attracting tourists.

The campaign which consists of print ads, television commercials and an impressive website (http://seepuertorico.com/) is slated to run through June. Check it out!

Top: Circa 1954; Bottom: 2009

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