Meeting Archive:
Neuromarketing and the Future of Retail

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Meeting Description:

Put the word “neuro” in front of any concept or activity, and suddenly things sounds smart as well as cutting-edge.  But what exactly is “neuromarketing”?  How can findings from neuroscience help retailers woo consumers and increase sales?  In this webinar we will answer these questions in the context of three key application areas for retailers: (1) staging the retail environment; (2) managing retail pricing and promotions; and (3) building the retail brand.

Date: Thu, Dec 9, 2010
Time: 01:00 PM CST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Ken McKenzie
 Presenter Information
Dr. Deborah Mitchell
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Deborah Mitchell ( is a Senior Lecturer in Marketing and the Executive Director of the Center for Brand and Product Management at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, phone (608) 770-0502.  With a Ph.D. in Marketing and Behavioral Science from the University of Chicago she has held faculty positions at Wharton, Stanford University Graduate School of Business and the Johnson Graduate School of Management (Cornell)—and published in the Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Consumer Psychology and Journal of Advertising.  As a consultant she has worked closely with industry leaders including Time-Warner, CNN, Bristol Meyers Squibb, General Motors and Syngenta,  building and managing brand-based change initiatives.  In 2007 she created a retail-focused extension of the University of Wisconsin Executive MBA, called the Manager’s Program, in collaboration with corporate partner and leading retailer Kohl’s, Inc.