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Responsibility:
3.6/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.8/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.2/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.3/5
 
Company Culture:
3.8/5
 
Career Progression:
3.2/5
 
Colleagues:
4.2/5
 
Training:
3.9/5
 
Enjoyment:
2.5/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.5/5
 

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Application Advice:

Have a good knowledge of the grocery market and how it is performing.

Category Analyst, at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Do your research, we are a research agency. Be yourself in the application process, a large part of the application process will be whether you fit into out company culture- so show your personality.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, and do your research about the industry, our competitors and the consumer market today.

Client Manager, Retail at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Showcase experience of working with clients, in teams, any extra-curricular things show that you are sociable and like to try new things.

Interview Advice:

Be personable, we deal with clients and it's all about building relationships, also keep up to date on current affairs as this always feeds into our work.

Client Manager, Fashion at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

The application process can seem daunting but it really prepares you for what everyday life in the job will be like. It is important to realise that the data is a hugely important part of the role but there are many opportunities to give presentations and meeting clients face to face as well.

Interview Advice:

Confidence in giving a presentation and getting to grips with basic data is essential. The questions were mainly focused around me and my skills.
In the phone interview it was important to know who the company are and what they do, competitors and knowledge of the industry and the retail landscape.
Always ask you to name a brand you admire so good to have something up your sleeve.

Category Analyst, Entertainment at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Learn about the company/roles etc. Research all areas of the company and look at published work/articles on the website. Research current trends in the market that really interest you.

Category Analyst, Client Service at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Brilliant company to work for and you get looked after and the opportunity to make a real difference with our clients. You need to be comfortable presenting insights and working with numbers.

Interview Advice:

Be passionate about insights and wanting to help others and be part of working with big companies.

Client Manager, Retail Team at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Kantar isn't a massively over the top corporate company- just be yourself!

Make sure you're interested in FMCG and that you've done your research to show this interest.

Interview Advice:

You'll be asked to prepare a presentation- make sure you don't include too many slides! Don't try and make stuff up because they will know more than you.

Category Analyst, at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Make sure to showcase analytical as well as creative and communicative skills.

Interview Advice:

Find out what a Consumer Panel is! Keep up to date with big news stories for FMCG.

Category Analyst, Alcohol at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Put down any people skills/customer service skills you have with applicable examples & experience.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you understand the market research industry, specifically for Panel Data and who our competitors are. Be empathetic in your approach and be able to build rapport with the interviewer(s).

Manager of SRM, Operations at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Be interested in what's going on in the total market, the role is very data/excel heavy so make sure that's what you want to do. Show that you are personable as this is the most important thing when meeting with clients.

Interview Advice:

If you were the Managing director what would your objective be for the year?
Who are Kantars competitors?
Tell me something interesting that's going on in the market?
What's something interesting that you've seen in the news? - Make this very individual and not just some headline you've seen on the DailyMail app.
What brand do you admire and why? (Again make it individual no matter how small.)

Category Analyst, Fashion at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Teamwork and analysis skills are key to the job so emphasize these in your application.

Interview Advice:

The presentation is the most important part of the assessment day. They are looking for how you deal with data and how you can use data to build a compelling story. Most importantly they are looking for a strong point of view (backed up by data) - don't waffle on your interview answers or presentation recommendation.

Interview is fairly standard - talk through your resume first (they may pull out one or two points that they find interesting and ask you to explain more). Then there are the usual competency questions. Finally there are a set of questions about how you would go about building client relationships and ways to make an impact with clients. At the very end I was asked to give a 30 second pitch for why they should hire me.

Category Analyst, Client Service – Usage at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

This role is heavily based in data. Something that isn't necessarily made clear in the job description.

Client Manager, Client Service- Retail at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

You don't need a directly relevent degree to apply.

Interview Advice:

Think of advantages you'd have over other people applying for the role. Also, let your personality shine through the nerves and prepared answers!

Client Executive, Commercial at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Understand the market that you are applying for the and the key competitors in it, also understand the differences between what Kantar does versus the likes of Nielsen.
Make sure you know the reasons you want to work in market research and what kind of things market researchers look at.

Interview Advice:

Practice the presentation for the assessment day, it is probably one of the most important parts of the day getting it right allows you to get an interview in the afternoon.

Be prepared to answer with a few reasons as to why you chose Kantar and why you chose market research. Also be sure to know an example of a product you recently bought and the key sales points behind its marketing

Category Analyst, Grocery Retail at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

I have a history degree, so don't worry if you don't think you know much about excel etc If you're willing to try, you do get taught everything on the job.

Interview Advice:

Don't get so caught up in the content for your presentation, that you forget to practice presenting.

Cateogry Analyst, Client Services at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Understand the business, industry and competitors well. This is important in understanding how your work would fit into the grand scheme of things and you can impress with your knowledge in the application process.

Interview Advice:

Think about key brands and how they are doing things differently to grow and generate sales. Also think about the difference and relation between market research, marketing and sales.

Client Executive, Fresh Foods at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Market Research has lots of different roles - from very analytical/technical to client-facing. Choose the one that is really suited to your skills/preferences.

Analyst, Market Research Analytics at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

I came in through the graduate scheme, for which they recruit many people. The questions for the phone interview have not changed in a few years, and they can be found online.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you understand the difference between marketing and market research, and show that you have an interest in consumer behaviour.

Category Analyst, Commercial / Account Management at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Research the role
Understand what we do and our services
Be passionate and enthusiastic

Interview Advice:

Prepare competency based examples and demonstrate how you had impact.
Be confident, enthusiastic and passionate. Sell yourself and show your personality.

Client Executive, Fresh at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Be yourself! They're not trying to trick you and actually the intial application is much less difficult than most grad scheme applications. The first stage is an online test and then you'll have a telephone interview. In the interview they'll ask you whether you want to work in marketing or market research - if you are looking for a marketing role, this isn't it.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, they are just trying to work out if you're the type of person that would fit with the company. They like you to have an opinion, rather than sit on the fence, but they will challenge you.

Client Executive, Client Services – Fresh at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Research the company, understand their offering and key clients, know what skills they are looking for, practice numerical and logical reasoning tests.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself (they are a people business), think about examples from your CV where you've delivered projects to deadlines, worked closely in teams with others, managed client expectations.

Category Analyst, Usage at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to give your own opinions, back up with some facts. Share your thoughts, show an interest in the business. know about the FMCG market. practise your presentation and be honest when you don't know something. you could not show enough passion even if you don't fully understand the market. they don't expect you to know everything

Interview Advice:

Draw from previous experience, highlight your strengths, be aware of weaknesses and always have a plan on how to combat those weaknesses. Know what is on your cv and application. Your life experience on your cv is very important.

Category Analyst, Commercial at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Understand how retailers and manufacturers work and have an interest in Fast moving consumer goods. Enthusiasm for analysis and story building.

Interview Advice:

Which supermarket do you shop in and why? Challenges facing retailers? Name a brand you admire and why? Compile a presentation based on a deck of slides with analysis

Client Executive, Fashion at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Know what the difference between marketing and market research is, think about what brands you like and don't like and why, what supermarkets you like and don't like and why

Interview Advice:

Do some brief background research on the company and the clients, presentation is the most important part of the day

Client Executive, Nestle at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

The markets we research are very fast moving and I think it is important to show a real interest in current trends. If you have any experience with clients then I would highlight it as it will be a key part of your role from Day 1.

Interview Advice:

You'll be asked to prepare a presentation as part of the interview process and I would really concentrate on the story-telling element.

Client Executive, Fresh Foods at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

The majority of what we do is learned on the job so don't be put off if you don't have extensive marketing experience

If you are applying for Client Service, I'd say Commercial Awareness, Positive Attitude and Analytical Thinking are the three things they look for.

Interview Advice:

What are three things you're most proud of in your career?

Why have you applied for KWP and not one of our competitors?

What would you say are your strengths and weaknesses?

Client Excutive, Client Service at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Kantar do not care too much about what degree you do but about your enthusiasm, and personality and whether you will be a good fit for the company.

Interview Advice:

Relax and be friendly and personable. I actually enjoyed my interview as the interviewers wanted to understand more about me rather than my CV.

Category Analyst, Key Accounts at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Need to demonstrate analytical skills and not be put off by numbers
Also forming client relationships is a key part of the role so this should be understood and demonstrated

Interview Advice:

Interview will include a presentation - these together are vital. Confidence and a clear, thought out argument is key to the presentation whilst being personable and demonstrating key skill set is necessary for the interview itself

Client Executive, Retail Team at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Be yourself otherwise you wont fit into the company

Interview Advice:

Research the company really well and the clients they work for. Be innovative with presentations

Category Analyst, at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Look into what Kantar Worldpanel do. There website is pretty good and easy to navigate.
Also google Kantar Worldpanel media articles to see what we have been talking about recently.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and dont worry if you dont know jargon you will get taught that all when you're here.

Client Executive, Lifestyle at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Have an actual interest in FMCG and advertising. Curiosity is key.

Interview Advice:

Show that you are interested in research, consumer behaviour, brands. This is the most important thing regardless of degree subject

category analyst, fresh at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Confidence in presenting - practice!

Interview Advice:

During assessment centre day - presentation stage - have confidences and give clear recommendations at end of presentation

Category Analyst, Fashion at Kantar Worldpanel
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Interview Advice:

Be personable, and don't be put off in they interrupt you during your presentation - they are testing to see how you cope under pressure.

Category Analyst, Client Services at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Be aware that the role involves a fair bit of data analysis so you must be comfortable with numbers - but don't worry there aren't difficult statistics involved!

Interview Advice:

Role of market research in a company's business

Client Executive, Fashion at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Try to come across as interested and curious about things.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and relax- let your personality come through.

Client Executive, Key Accounts at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Keep your CV short to avoid losing peoples attention. There are areas on the application form and at the interview to go into lots of detail about what you have done.

Interview Advice:

You will be given a project to present. Spend time looking through the data, try to understand and think what questions you might be asked so that you are prepared for this when they come.

Analyst, Expert Solutions at Kantar Worldpanel
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Interview Advice:

Research competitors and consider what makes Kantar different in terms of both their strengths and weaknesses.
Really prepare for the assessmen day and the presentation you will have to complete.
Try to think commercially and consider the services Kantar offer when completing this.
Show curiousity as this will be required in the role.

Category Analyst, Key Accounts at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic and go the extra mile to research the company. If you can understand what Kantar does on a day-to-day basis it will allow you to perform better in interviews and assessment days.

Interview Advice:

Have a couple of industry terms up your sleeve and read over some industry blogs/ websites to gain a wider understanding of the FMCG market.

Category Analyst, Key Accounts at Kantar Worldpanel
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Application Advice:

Make sure you actually want the job and research what you will be doing day to day. The job is quite data heavy so be aware.

Interview Advice:

Research the FMCG industry and understand the actual job itself.

Analyst, Retail Team/Commerical at Kantar Worldpanel
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