INTRODUCING RTi PODCASTS
Now you can enjoy our essays and thought pieces in both written and audio formats.
The Power of
RTi’s Chief Meaning Officer, David Intrator, discusses market research storytelling with Paul Kirch of Audible Insights.
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That's Entertainment: The Future Of Retail
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RTi’s Chief Meaning Officer, David Intrator, recently brought to our attention a YouTube critique of the open-source music notation software called MuseScore, and thought it could shed some light on how market researchers might better design their reports and...
It’s hard to pinpoint who invented what came to be called the “Veggie Burger; more recently known as the “Plant-Based Burger”. But we do know that early plant-based meat substitutes were developed in the 19th century by companies like Kellogg’s at their legendary...
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