COVID-19: "People are afraid to die, but people are most afraid to collapse financially"
Our predictive model to help corporate clients predict when they might begin to operate again is featured in Bloomberg this week! “People are afraid to die, but I think people are most afraid to collapse financially.”
- eBrandValue CEO, Ayşe Akçura.
Ayşe Akçura and Tolga Akçura
Apr 9, 2020
eBrandValue's predictive modeling capabilities were featured in Bloomberg this week!
Based on datasets of global confirmed COVID-19
cases, we were able to build a model that predicts the direction of the
pandemic on a country by country basis and identifies when each country
will hit its peak.
We then used these models
to understand when and how people could start returning to work. We
found that "clients should prepare for the possibility of re-starting
operations 15 to 20 days after a country’s peak."
Select a country or state from list to see up to date graph.
Latest technological and methodological advances in breakthrough analysis enable eBrandValue to increase its forecasting accuracy and provide 12-month rolling forecasts, updated monthly. The past experience shows that forecasts have been accurate and the monthly prediction error has been under 5%. When the difference between the actuals and forecasts established a negative trend, brand managers working with eBrandValue's trends identified the brand weakness and took corrective actions. The results show that the actuals become higher than the forecasts and the weak performance is eliminated. See the graph top left in the picture.
We are excited to announce our partnership with Winning Solutions (WS). With WS deep local insights and the technological/ methodological expertise of eBrandValue, it will become easier for clients to manage brand marketing, acquire and retain customers, predict and measure ROI, track brand performance and uncover market insights while doing all this in real time.
"The immeasurable potential of the general field of Data Science has made it an interest of mine since my early years in high school. As a rising Sophomore at Harvard University majoring in Computer Science, my end-goal is to graduate with the technical tools and first-hand experience necessary to become a strong data-scientist. I was thus extremely grateful when offered a data-science intern position with eBrandValue."
eBrandValue follows the most modern definition of marketing orientation. That means it creates value for all the stakeholders, including its people who carry its spirit. But what are the values of this spirit? The culture and the principles that shape the environment are the founding elements of creating value. Understanding "what people want" is how it starts and delivering this promise is how it ends. eBrandValue is proud to have an average turnover rate of %1.25 within the last 8 years. But what are the driving forces underlying the organization? Why do people stick together?
eBrandValue's mindshare and brand affinity metrics play significant roles in volume sales and market share predictions. This is presented in a new white paper titled ”Accelerate Your Marketing Through eBrandValue’s Sales Model,” available at www.ebrandvalue.com/whitepaper/.
The new white paper provides a detailed analysis of the legacy approaches and their sales/ market share prediction abilities. Incorporating eBrandValue's metrics improve volume fit one third over the legacy metrics. Linking market share improvements with content metrics in an accountable way opens a revolutionary path for marketing executives and branding professionals.
Over the years eBrandValue generated a suite of novel tools and methodologies to define modern branding. The focus is centered on brand affinities. Brand actions can now be measured in an accountable manner towards increasing long-term sales and brand value simultaneously. eBrandValue's most recent white paper summarizes this approach culminating in a brand-health framework.
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