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NBS Focus Point: Neuromarketing
How to Build a Strong Brand and Stay on Top

In today’s crowded marketplace, brands have to try harder than ever before to stand out from their competitors and build solid relationships with their consumers.  In an environment where success or failure can reside with a few brief words on social media, brands need to stay highly attuned to the constantly shifting needs and expectations of their customers. Neuromarketing - which captures consumers’ deep-seated feelings, thoughts and emotions - now provides every industry with the ammunition it requires to understand, pre-empt and respond to consumers with greater accuracy than has been previously possible.  

At this NBS Focus Point, you will learn from Professor Gemma Anne Calvert of NBS about the latest developments in neuromarketing, from effective machine-based lie-detectors to web-based attention monitors, and tinder-type apps that can uncover people’s unconscious attitudes and biases on mobile devices. Successful brands understand the market, great brands get deep inside consumer’s brains and anticipate the future. Learn how you can do this too by leveraging on brain science.

Note: Date change to Wed, 20 Jun 2018.

Register now!
Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2018 Attire: Office Wear
Time: 7pm - 9pm
(Registration starts from 6.30pm)
Speaker: Professor Gemma Anne Calvert
(Nanyang Business School, NTU)
Venue: The Great Room,
One George Street Building
1 George Street #10-01
Singapore 049145
Fees: $20 per NBS/NTU Alumnus
$40 per CFA/DUAL Member
$70 per Guest

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NBS Alumni Affairs

Supported by
Institute on Asian Consumer Insight

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