THE LEARNING CENTER
A behavioral knowledge library at your fingertips
The InsightsNow Learning Center offers unparalleled access to instant knowledge and insights into the “why” of consumer behavior. Here you can browse recently published Behavioral Reports—with topics like packaging impacts and trends, plant-based burger and alternative protein insights, diet trends and consumer trust. You can select, download and start using these insights immediately to make business decisions.
Here you can:
- Review the InsightsNow team’s expert take on key consumer behavior trends in our Behavioral Reports
- Explore how other clients are approaching similar challenges by downloading cases studies
- Learn new ways to understand consumer behavior or develop new products and messaging by accessing white papers and testing approach overviews
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A library of resources for specific topics related to the "free-from movement" and our Clean Label Enthusiasts®. Topical reports range from packaging impacts and trends, plant-based burger and alternative protein insights, diet trends and consumer trust.
A closer look into how InsightsNow has helped specific business partners, clients, and brands through behavioral research methodologies.
Short, topical based papers intended for practical applications related to various industries who depend on behavioral techniques to leverage consumer insights.
Resources to foster thought leadership within companies. These publications explore deeper theoretical bases of InsightsNow's unique behavioral approaches to consumer insights.
Missed a session? Check out our past presentations from our monthly webinar series to catch up on the latest thought leadership.
The Coronavirus was a major disruption for life and business. Early into the pandemic, InsightsNow started tracking consumer behaviors and how perceptions and buying patterns shifted throughout 2020.