Sense n insight research partner
Sense N Insight assists packaging value networks to develop high-value packaging and optimise products’ sales potential. Our research services are based on a fine selection of tools, including the latest technology combined with the best traditional methods. Sense N Insight services are easy to take onboard and the customer needs no previous expertise in marketing research. The results are summarised into a clear and accessible report.
The Value Toolkit is a new and unique research tool for testing your packaging value proposition on your target audience.
The results of a standard Value Toolkit study are organized, comparable and visual. In addition, the results are packed with meaning and can be utilized to recognize advantages & market gaps, form new design briefs, or reassure decision makers.
The Value Toolkit is a quick way to run a check on your packaging performance.
The ROI Toolkit aids companies in evaluating and making decisions on packaging investments.
The ROI Toolkit can be applied in identifying new business opportunities and value chain members, evaluating returns on distinct packaging, and building well advised & informed packaging solutions for customers.
The ROI Toolkit is a facilitated process answering your speciﬁc questions.
Service Innovations For Packaging Sector 2017
The project comprises two work packages aiming at developing new research services for packaging and product development.
The Living Lab unites the services of three marketing research companies into a single service concept. The new concept has been named Sense ’N’ Insight, the aim is to generate a innovative service for product and package testing.
The ROI Toolkit is to be utilized in evaluating packaging return on investment (ROI). In the second working package a digital tool be developed to guide companies changing focus from minimizing packaging costs to increasing proﬁts i.e. maximizing the demand for the product and brand communication.
The Valuepack project was composed of ﬁve work modules providing a holistic perspective into value formation by applying theory and research methods from various ﬁelds of sciences. The aggregate knowledge of the multidisciplinary research team, in combination with international cooperation constituted a streamlined project with almost twenty case studies.
The aim of project was to:
- increase and spread LOHAS knowledge and understanding in package value networks,
- study how LOHAS–related meanings (health, well-being, ecology, ethical and social responsibility) are communicated and perceived in packaging, and
- develop and test consumer research methods for studying multisensory package concepts.
Package Testing & Research is an insightful partner in packaging development. We strive to produce case relevant knowledge quickly and easily, and develop the right research tools to gathering essential data. Our expertise is useful in varying stages of packaging processes, including especially the design process. Expressly, PTR combines understanding of the packaging sector’s operations with consumer insight and qualitative research know how.
PTR has a set of toolkits catering to varying challenges and abilities for adaptation to special requests.
Our mission is to provide consumer insight for integration into the packaging decision making processes.
We want PTR to be a strong partner in the global packaging value networks.
We promise to keep it simple and relevant, with the customer always in focus.
"In cling film packaging is a part of a product that has a central role to play both in consumer experience and willingness-to-pay. The research designed and executed by PTR & Sense N Insight resulted in important customer understanding relevant to the success of our product launch that has been utilised in Welmu’s product development and commercial concept design."
CEO, WELMU INTERNATIONAL
“Considering my long experience in packaging design and testing, I find that PTR´s & Sense N Insight's modern research methods give very valuable and reliable information on shelf visibility and the visual-verbal communication of an individual package. Most importantly the research process is quick and easy to buy, and has a cost-effective price point.”
Ceo, Win Win Design
“We have enjoyed working with PTR & Sense N Insight and seen that their knowledge and research products have given us plenty of professional advice and basis for sound business decisions, which has driven our business forward.”
Her Majesty’s Drinking Box
Translating Consumer Value into Business Value – Development of the Packaging Value Cycle Framewor
The paper describes the development process of the Packaging Value Cycle framework. The framework was developed to function as a tool for strategic packaging development, and to showcase the importance of measuring consumer value for businesses. The development work was conducted in the Valuepack project (2014-2016).
Capturing consumer value in packaging – the Value Toolkit
This paper presents the development process of the Value Toolkit (VT), a versatile, low-cost, visual tool for measuring package value for consumers. The toolkit was developed in the Valuepack project in 2014-2016, for incorporating customer views into packaging design processes. PVT was developed following the Design Research Methodology (DRM) framework.
THE PACKAGING VALUE CYCLE: A Framework for evaluating packaging investments
The project report describes framework development carried out by eight Aalto University’s International Design Business Management programme students. The project followed an iterative process where theoretical work interplayed with continuous prototyping, testing and validation through collaborative workshops and interviews with packaging industry professionals.
Valuepack Project Report: Tools for Creating and Measuring the Value in Packaging
The project report describes five interlaced development processes throughout the 2,5 year project. Valuepack was designed to bridge the gap between existing theoretical knowledge and concrete practices in measuring and creating value in packaging, especially among business decision makers.