This annual spring event gives second-year Full-Time MBA students the opportunity to showcase their summer internship projects and explain how they used Nielsen and IRI data to turn insights into impact for their host companies.
Join the Kilts Center for Marketing and the Booth Marketing Group for a presentation on how to use data in your marketing internships. Our presenters will be second-year students Joel Rabinowitz and Patrick Yates who will walk us through their final presentations from their summer internships and discuss how they were able to use Nielsen and IRI data to put together their recommendations. Please note that we will not be walking through actual data sets during these presentations.
Date: Tuesday, May 21
Time: 11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Location: Harper C05
Originally from Philadelphia, Rabinowitz earned his BA in History from Northwestern in 2014. Prior to Booth, he worked in market research as a consultant and as an in-house practitioner for a manufacturer. Rabinowitz is specializing in marketing at Booth and spent his summer interning on the OxiClean brand at Church & Dwight. After graduation, he will be joining SC Johnson in Chicago in a brand management role.
Before Booth, Yates worked in corporate finance at PepsiCo for three years. He spent the first 18 months on the sales finance team within the foodservice channel of Pepsi beverages followed by 18 months as part of the Frito Lay pricing team where he was responsible for annual pricing actions, innovation pricing, and ad hoc analysis for a portfolio of brands. After graduation, Yates will be joining Nestle at their US headquarters in Arlington, VA, which is where he interned this past summer as part of the Coffee-mate team where he completed both communications and innovation projects.
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The Kilts Center collaborates with the Nielsen Company to make comprehensive marketing datasets available to Booth faculty and PhD students, and to academic researchers around the world. These rich datasets cover a wide range of product categories, retail channels, stores, geographic markets, and advertising information. Researchers from a wide range of disciplines can leverage these datasets to explore the dynamics of purchasing behavior across the United States.
MBA and PhD students at Booth can access the Nielsen datasets by taking courses such as Data Science for Marketing Decision-Making, Data-Driven Marketing, and Pricing Strategy. Using the datasets, students learn to analyze and leverage data—a valuable skill that will help them shape and improve marketing strategy throughout their careers.
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