Dubai-based WPP research company Kantar AMRB
recently conducted a poll that reveals a shift in behaviour towards a more festive Ramadan feel, less interactive family time, nutritious food, creative presentation and convenient meal op- tions.
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Sukhdev Singh, associate vice president, AMRB
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data on what brands teens in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and UAE prefer.
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Sukhdev Singh, vice-president at market research and analysis services provider AMRB
, said that despite difficult economic climate in the UAE, etisalat has grown its bottom line more strongly as compared to the top line.
, a regional research & consulting firm based in Dubai, announced the figure in a report measuring reaction to MNP which came into effect in the UAE on 30th December.
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KFC topped the list of overall favourite brands in the UAE, while also scoring highest among brands in the Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) category with 24 per cent, according to the study conducted by market research firm AMRB
and Teen Research Unlimited (TRU), a global leader in research.
Gagan Bhalla, CEO of AMRB
, -- which in part conducted the survey -- said while Emirati teens have the latest smartphones and computers, these same diversions are preventing them from focusing on hitting the books.