Best consumer behavior conferences to attend in 2016

Posted by Natasja Bogers on Thu 30 Jun. 2016

Every year thousands of meetings and conferences are organized worldwide. Needless to say it’s easy to overlook the best conferences you should attend. To make things easy for you we've sorted out some of the best consumer behavior conferences to attend this year.

Best consumer behavior conferences to attend in 2016

Every year hundreds of consumer behavior conferences are organized around the world. Some international meetings are on everyone's schedule, while other local meetings are less known to researchers. We've sorted out some of the best consumer behavior conferences to attend in 2016.

7th European conference on sensory and consumer research (EUROSENSE)

11 – 14 September 2016
Dijon, France

Food and sensory scientists and consumer behavior researchers should head to Dijon in France this summer for the 7th edition of the European Conference on Sensory and Consumer Research.  The topic of the EuroSense 2016 conference is “A Sense of Time” and topics like food choice and behavior, big data from sensory evaluation and challenges in emerging markets are on the agenda.

Meet us there and learn more about combining observational data with physiological measurements in an observation lab.

Food Valley Expo 2016

12 - 13 October 2016
Arnhem, The Netherlands

Every year Food Valley NL organizes innovation-oriented events for agro-food businesses, knowledge institutes and government institutions.

The 12th Annual Food Valley Expo will be held in Arnhem, The Netherlands on 13 October 2016. The program offers exciting opportunities for networking, exchanging knowledge and meeting new business partners. 

Prior to the Expo, you can take part the annual Food Valley Innovation Tour, that brings you along a range of  innovative food businesses in The Netherlands.

conference exhibition

The Market Research Event (TMRE) 2016

17 - 20 October 2016
Boca Raton, FL, USA

With over 1500 research and insights executives from 15 countries taking part The Market Research Event (TMRE) is the largest consumer behavior and market research event in North Amercia.

Technology, disruptive trends, new sectors, and the future customer are amongts the topics that will be discussed by some of the best in the consumer behavior and market research industry.

Shopper Brain Conference Europe 2016

20 - 21 October 2016
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

While the Chicago edition just finished it's two-day program, Europe can still look forward to the Shopper Brain Conference in Amsterdam.

The success of your brand and product begins with a better understanding of your shopper's brain. Get all relevant consumer insights from neuroscience, applied in shopper marketing, retail and branding and head to Amsterdam for the 2016 Shopper Brain Conference this fall.

ACR 2016 - Association For Consumer Research North American Conference

27 – 30 October 2016
Berlin, Germany

For the first time ever the Association for Consumer Research organizes its annual conference outside of North America.

Berlin will host the 2016 Conference of the Association for Consumer Research where topics related to consumers and analyzing consumer behavior have the main focus.

Did we miss an event? Let us know!

Want to know where you can meet Noldus? See all our events here.  

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