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Consumer Imaging in Canada 2008 (PREMIUM edition) By PMA Marketing Research
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The premium edition of Consumer Imaging in Canada 2008 consists of the basic edition and a full set of data tables. The basic report includes digital camera ownership, digital images captured and... More > printed, share by print method, camera phone ownership and usage, and film processing numbers for the twelve months ending in July 2008. The additional data consists of over 100 pages of cross tabulations of each response by key demographics including: region, gender, age, employment and language. The data tables are invaluable to a business wishing to conduct their own survey in Canada. These results save companies the time and expense of creating their own questionnaire and conducting research. The premium edition is the fastest and easiest way to obtain a comprehensive look at the imaging industry in Canada.< Less
PMA 2008 U.S. Consumer Scrapbook Report (PREMIUM Edition) By PMA Marketing Research
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In May 2008, PMA conducted a survey of consumers in the U.S. The objective was to measure the current consumer involvement in scrapbooking, develop profiles of the major consumer segments, evaluate... More > the emerging role of computers in the scrapbooking process, record purchasing patterns and spending, and gauge interest in other photo related products and craft projects. The PMA 2008 U.S. Consumer Scrapbook Report details the findings from the survey. This premium edition supplies companies with a complete look at survey results, saving them the time and expense of conducting their own survey. In addition to the basic report, this edition includes over 100 pages of data tables with a breakdown of the answers to each question cross-tabulated by demographic variables including household income, presence of children, age, employment, and ownership of digital camera.< Less
2011 PMA Smartphone Report By Tony Henning et al.
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PMA, the Worldwide Community of Imaging Associations released the 2011 PMA Smartphone Report, a comprehensive look at the picture-taking behavior of smarthphone users. The 116-page report has three... More > major sections: • "Planets (and technology) align mobile imaging" -- An overview of the history and marketplace of the cameraphone market, leading to the smartphone, written by Tony Henning, senior analyst, Mobile Imaging, 6Sight Report. • PMA Mobile Imaging Survey analysis by Paul Worthington, senior analyst, editor, 6Sight Report. The report examines the result of a recent PMA survey of more than 2,000 smartphone users. Topics included picture-taking behavior (quantity and quality perception), buying influences, photography functions, photo apps and output preferences. • An 18-month overview of major mobile-imaging news, compiled by Worthington.< Less
OTREC-RR-12-15 By Kristina Currans et al.
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This study examines the impacts of multimodal transportation on local businesses. Analysis of travel choices and consumer spending shows important differences in the average amounts spent by travel... More > mode. Bicyclists, pedestrians and transit riders are competitive consumers. Mode choice does not significantly impact consumer spending at establishments surveyed when we consider demographics and socioeconomics. When controlling for trip frequency, average monthly expenditures by mode reveal that bicyclists, transit users and pedestrians are competitive consumers and, for all businesses except supermarkets, spend more on average than those who drive. Residential and employment density, proximity to rail transit, and the amount of car and bicycle parking are all important in explaining the use of non-automobile modes. Bike parking and bike corrals are significant predictors of bike mode share at an establishment.< Less
OTREC-RR-12-15 By Kristina Currans et al.
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This study examines the impacts of multimodal transportation on local businesses. Analysis of travel choices and consumer spending shows important differences in the average amounts spent by travel... More > mode. Bicyclists, pedestrians and transit riders are competitive consumers. Mode choice does not significantly impact consumer spending at establishments surveyed when we consider demographics and socioeconomics. When controlling for trip frequency, average monthly expenditures by mode reveal that bicyclists, transit users and pedestrians are competitive consumers and, for all businesses except supermarkets, spend more on average than those who drive. Residential and employment density, proximity to rail transit, and the amount of car and bicycle parking are all important in explaining the use of non-automobile modes. Bike parking and bike corrals are significant predictors of bike mode share at an establishment.< Less
Ultimate Internet Marketing Starter Guide By jimmy cai
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What is Internet Marketing? Internet marketing is really one of the most versatile and lucrative business opportunities that is possible today. It deals with the marketing of products and or... More > services over the internet to a specific demographic or throughout the world. Basically, you will be leveraging on the power of the internet and its spread to find prospective consumers and make them customers. The main purpose of internet marketing is to take advantage of the internet as a medium to sell products and services which will satisfy a broader range of consumers than are available in a single location. Internet marketing is also a very valuable method of providing information to these consumers in a way that will help convince them to make a purchase.< Less
Latinos in the Lehigh Valley: The Dynamics and Impact of this Growing and Changing Population By George F. Haskins, Editor, Lillian Escobar-Haskins
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This report presents a quantitative and qualitative analysis of Latino residents in the Lehigh Valley. It includes a comprehensive demographic profile, an expanded examination of the educational and... More > economic status of Latinos in the region and an assessment of Latino entrepreneurship and consumer buying power. It also offers a historical perspective that traces the Latino community’s evolution from a primarily Mexican, then Puerto Rican population; to the widely diverse population it is today.< Less
Latinos in the Lehigh Valley: The Dynamics and Impact of this Growing and Changing Population By Lillian Escobar-Haskins, George F. Haskins, Editor
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This report presents a quantitative and qualitative analysis of Latino residents in the Lehigh Valley. It includes a comprehensive demographic profile, an expanded examination of the educational and... More > economic status of Latinos in the region and an assessment of Latino entrepreneurship and consumer buying power. It also offers a historical perspective that traces the Latino community’s evolution from a primarily Mexican, then Puerto Rican population; to the widely diverse population it is today.< Less
Changing Structure of Global Food Consumption and Trade By Anita Regmi, U.S. Department of Agriculture
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Higher income, urbanization, other demographic shifts, improved transportation, and consumer perceptions regarding quality and safety are changing global food consumption patterns. Shifts in food... More > consumption have led to increased trade and changes in the composition of world agricultural trade. Given different diets, food expenditure and food budget responses to income and price changes vary between developing and developed countries. In developing countries, higher income results in increased demand for meat products, often leading to increased import of livestock feed. Diet diversification and increasing demand for better quality and laborsaving products have increased imports of high-value and processed food products in developed countries. Consumer groups in developed countries have also brought attention to organic production of food and the topic of animal welfare. One way in which the public and private sectors have responded to consumer demand...< Less
2008 PMA U.S. Portrait Report (PREMIUM Edition) By Test Test
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As every year, in January 2008 PMA conducted a survey of consumers in the USA. The objective was to measure the spending and demand of U.S. families and consumers on various portrait services, such... More > as spring and fall school portraits, portraits of children at sports events, wedding portraits and more. Demand for portrait in digital formats, as well as, portraits as means of personalizing greeting cards, calendars and more, among the U.S. population were also explored in the survey. This premium edition supplies companies with a complete look at survey results, saving them the time and expense of conducting their own survey. In addition to the basic report, this edition includes over data tables with a breakdown of the answers to each question cross-tabulated by demographic variables.< Less