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Kantar Worldpanel

Category Analyst, Entertainment at Kantar Worldpanel

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.

Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG, Consumer Research

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Kantar Worldpanel

Category Analyst, Client Service at Kantar Worldpanel

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.

Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG, Consumer Research

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Kantar Worldpanel

Category Analyst, at Kantar Worldpanel

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.

Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG, Consumer Research

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Kantar Worldpanel

Category Analyst, Alcohol at Kantar Worldpanel

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.

Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG, Consumer Research

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L'Oreal

Strategy, Assistant Manager, Category strategy at L’Oreal

Application Advice: - Do your research and have an opinion on beauty brands. - Demonstrate entrepreneurial flare, in any way possible; L'Oreal loves people who think differently. - Show personality and that you are a people person: a lot of the business is an extrovert wor

Interview Advice: #NAME?

Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG, Consumer Research

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Vax

Marketing Graduate, Marketing at Vax

Application Advice: Make sure you have a good work ethic, be approachable & enthusiastic. Characteristic traits are very important for employers looking to invest in recruiting graduates so make sure you are the type of person that will look to exceed expectations,

Interview Advice: Knowing the floor-care market would help. How to differentiate Vax from it's competitors and having a list of ideas that could help improve the company would be an advantage in an interview. You should also be prepared to be asked why you have chosen Vax as an organisation to want to work for and be able to share examples of how you can work independently and as part of a team.

Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG, Consumer Research

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Johnson & Johnson

Health Economics & Market Access Graduate, Medical Devices & Diagnostics at Johnson & Johnson

Application Advice: Show that you know the company and JNJ Credo

Interview Advice: Make sure to know the Credo by heart.

Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG, Consumer Research

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Nielsen

Client Service Manager, Client Service at Nielsen

Application Advice: Noting in particular, Nielsen accepts people from a wide variety of backgrounds

Interview Advice: Understand a bit about the FMCG industry/marketing. Demonstrate your ability to work within a team, this is crucial at Nielsen

Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG, Consumer Research

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Kantar Worldpanel

Client Executive, Fresh Foods at Kantar Worldpanel

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.

Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG, Consumer Research

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Kantar Worldpanel

Client Excutive, Client Service at Kantar Worldpanel

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?

Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG, Consumer Research

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Kantar Worldpanel

Client Executive, Lifestyle at Kantar Worldpanel

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.

Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG, Consumer Research

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Kantar Worldpanel

category analyst, fresh at Kantar Worldpanel

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

Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG, Consumer Research

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Kantar Worldpanel

Analyst, Expert Solutions at Kantar Worldpanel

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.

Industry: Consumer Goods and FMCG, Consumer Research

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