Personal Care Products: Experiential Marketing Benchmarks (Reach, Impact, and ROI)

PortMA’s Personal Care Products category includes wet and dry sampling of Blades & Razors, Health & Beauty and Skin Care products.

This report is based on 7,404 consumer exit interviews collected at 364 experiential marketing activations where consumers were engaged around the brand benefits of personal care products (i.e., Blades & Razors, Health & Beauty, and Skin Care products). Event staff submitted event recap reports after each day of activations. This data was aggregated and combined with the exit interviews for the analysis in this report.

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At the time of this publication, PortMA’s Experiential Benchmarking database contains over $87.4 million (USD) spent on experiential brand marketing across 74,990 event days and 17,706,070 consumer interactions.

Data In This Report

  • 364 Total Event Days
  • 7,404 Total Exit Interviews
  • 2 Million Live Consumer Interactions

This particular report represents activations where Personal Care products brands were wet and dry sampled at Destination and Intercept activations. PortMA’s Personal Care Products category includes wet and dry sampling of Blades & Razors, Health & Beauty and Skin Care products.

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Table of Contents

Index of Tables
Introduction to This Report
Using Benchmarks to Build Best-in-Class Experiential Marketing Campaigns
Experiential Measurement Best Practices – The Theory
Metrics And Definitions For This Report
Event Marketing Reach
Event Marketing Impact
Event Marketing Return-on-Investment
Appendix
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Comprehensive PDF Report Document

All data tables in PowerPoint format (for easy copy/paste)

12-month IP License to use PortMA’s Intellectual Property in support of your work with your own clients.

Direct access to a dedicated Account Manager for any consulting, training, or ad-hoc support needs

1-page Executive Summary for internal circulation

Contents of Report

Detailed instruction on how to use Benchmarks to build stronger experiential campaigns using evidence-based strategy

12 Consumer targeting data tables defining consumer awareness, demographic profile, and parent status benchmarks

11 efficiency data tables defining budget and engagement benchmarks

Experiential Measurement best practices road maps

5 ROI benchmarking tables segmented by a variety of industry and activation strategies

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