Sensory rapid methods are relatively new methods, which promise an increase in efficiency, especially for small and medium-sized companies, through cost reduction and time savings. For this reason, the present project aims to comprehensively compare the rapid methods CATA and napping with one another.
Against the background of the remarkable effects of the food market on global warming, the project investigates prevailing consumption barriers for climate-friendly products and derives concrete measures for the development, positioning and marketing of climate-friendly food products.
The main aim of the SEASAC project is to strengthen South-East Asian Universities’ capability to provide highly skilled B2B Sales professionals for the emerging international markets. In the project, we will utilize existing European knowledge and experiences in developing a pedagogically rich concept for the cooperation of Universities and companies in the sales education.
Sensory rapid methods (napping) are relatively young methods, with the number of subjects required for such methods being largely unexplored. For this reason, the present project pursues the objective of determining the optimal number of subjects for the method of nappings.