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kantar.com

Founded Year

1993

Stage

Acq - Fin | Alive

Valuation

$0000 

Last Raised

$2.4B | 3 yrs ago

Revenue

$0000 

About Kantar

Kantar is a data investment management company and insight, information and consultancy group. By connecting its specialist companies, the group aims to become a provider of insights for the global business community. The company works across the whole spectrum of research and consultancy disciplines, enabling the group to offer clients business insights at every point of the consumer cycle.

Kantar Headquarter Location

6 More London Place Tooley Street

London, England, SE1 2QY,

United Kingdom

+44 (0)20 7656 5700

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Kantar Patents

Kantar has filed 3 patents.

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2/23/2015

7/13/2021

Market research, Internet advertising methods, Social networking services, Digital marketing, Promotion and marketing communications

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Application Date

2/23/2015

Grant Date

7/13/2021

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Related Topics

Market research, Internet advertising methods, Social networking services, Digital marketing, Promotion and marketing communications

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Latest Kantar News

Demand for streaming entertainment content still strong, Kantar report finds

May 13, 2022

iTWire Friday, 13 May 2022 12:47 Demand for streaming entertainment content still strong, Kantar report finds 0 Data analytics and brand consulting company Kantar expands its entertainment on demand service in the country and details in a report how Australians are consuming entertainment streaming content in households. Live in the US, UK, and Germany, the service provides service provides longitudinal insights across the video and music streaming sectors to platforms, content providers and investors, tracking streaming subscriber numbers, shares and content performance, alongside acquisition, usage, engagement and churn. Headline results from the launch quarter of the Kantar service in Australia are as follows: 1. Appetite for streaming content is strong, with 6.4 million or 63.8% of Australian households subscribing to at least one video streaming service, higher than UK and Germany, but lower than US (81%). 2. Twenty-seven percent of households, or 2.7 million, have access to Pay TV, with over two thirds of these households also having an SVoD service. Pay TV customers who have yet to enter the SVOD category skew heavily towards over 45-year-olds and retirees, while one third of customers with both Pay TV and SVoD are aged under 35 and are more likely to be male. 3. Netflix  dominates with 80% of SVoD enabled households accessing the service. Amazon Prime Video  and Disney+  take #2 and 3 spots with shares of 32% and 31% respectively. 4. Compared to other western markets, local brands do well, showing higher levels of ownership. Stan leads among the local service providers, with its core service present in almost 1 in 4 homes. However, taking the Foxtel  streaming brands as a group, 29.7% of SVoD households have at least one of their services in the home. The new service found over 7% of households signed up to a new video streaming service in Q1 2022, 725,000 in total. Amazon Prime Video accounts for the highest share of new subscriptions this quarter at 17.3%, followed by Binge with 14.3% (driven clearly by Euphoria, which was the most recommended title in Q1 2022), while Marvel titles help drive sign-up to Disney+, which accounts for 13.4% of new services. The research found that the ability to ‘watch content when I want’ and content exclusivity are triggers for taking out a new subscription, particularly if signing up to Stan. Free trial offers in Paramount+ and Binge are attracting customers. The findings also show that 248,000 new subscriptions were taken out by gateway subscribers, households completely new to the category. Netflix generally has the highest proportion of gateway subscribers at 47%, with friends/family an important source of information prior to sign-up. In addition to watch content when I want, free trials are the second biggest driver for first time streamers taking out a subscription at 28% of households. Content exclusivity is stated as the key trigger by 20% of gateway subscribers, relatively lower than those who are stacking their subscriptions or those who are lapsed, having dropped out of the category and returned. Stacking and switching market conditions New video services are stacked at nearly 40% with almost 290,000 households adding this new service to their existing subscriptions. The average number of SVoD subscriptions is 3.4, with Netflix significantly lower than average, while Foxtel Now and Amazon Prime Video customers are broadly in line with the market. Over half of Paramount+ new subscriptions are stacked, higher than all other service providers, with its 1883 drama series key in driving sign-up. Free trial of a top marketing touchpoint for Paramount+ . While some consumers are adding to their SVOD stack, others are switching, with 16% of new subscriptions resulting from cancelling an existing video streaming service – around 1 in 4 Britbox and Paramount+ new customers switched from another service. This suggests Australian households will not continue to stack much higher and are already starting to rationalise which subscriptions they really need, rather than just adding new ones incrementally. Satisfaction drives retention Satisfaction or NPS is highest for Netflix at 36ppts, against a market average of 23ppts. Netflix customers are generally happy with most features of their service, with ease of use, amount of original content and variety of TV series being the top drivers of satisfaction and outperforming the competition. While Squid Game was the biggest title driving sign-up to Netflix, Ozark ranked highest in terms of content most enjoyed, closely followed by Stan’s Yellowstone series. Value for money is the second biggest driver for new customers signing up with Netflix. However, despite a lower-than-average NPS overall, satisfaction with this feature is highest for Amazon Prime Video, likely due in part to it offering multiple services within its subscription, with nearly 30% utilising Amazon Prime Delivery. There is also a link between usage intensity and NPS which, in turn, drives longer term customer retention. Among low users (those using their service for 1-2 days per week), average NPS is just 16ppts compared with a score of 34ppts among those classed as high users (those using their service for 3 or more hours per day). On average, 40% of SVoD subscribers viewing on their TV are classed as low, rising to over 40% if they are Disney+, Binge, Stan or Paramount+ users. In contrast, one in five SVoD subscribers are defined as high users. The more services that customers subscribe to, the more providers are competing for screen time unless they are perceived as the most important service in a customer’s subscription stack, implying that consumers are less likely to cancel their subscription. Twenty-two percent of Amazon Prime Video stacked customers state that it is their most important subscription. While this is a higher number than many other providers, it is lower than Netflix and Foxtel Now, where 62% and 41% of their customers respectively rank them as the most important service. However, nearly 30% of Amazon Prime Video’s customers are locked into an annual subscription. The research also showed that approximately 4% of all subscribers claim to not use their service at all on any device, stating that they have too many subscriptions, and difficulty in finding content that they want to watch. Therefore, it is crucial for service providers to offer customised recommendations to guide customers to the content that will keep them engaged with that platform, Kantar concludes. Read 34 times It's all about Webinars. Marketing budgets are now focused on Webinars combined with Lead Generation. If you wish to promote a Webinar we recommend at least a 3 to 4 week campaign prior to your event. The iTWire campaign will include extensive adverts on our News Site itwire.com and prominent Newsletter promotion https://itwire.com/itwire-update.html and Promotional News & Editorial. Plus a video interview of the key speaker on iTWire TV https://www.youtube.com/c/iTWireTV/videos which will be used in Promotional Posts on the iTWire Home Page. Now we are coming out of Lockdown iTWire will be focussed to assisting with your webinars and campaigns and assistance via part payments and extended terms, a Webinar Business Booster Pack and other supportive programs. We can also create your adverts and written content plus coordinate your video interview. We look forward to discussing your campaign goals with you. Please click the button below.

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  • When was Kantar founded?

    Kantar was founded in 1993.

  • Where is Kantar's headquarters?

    Kantar's headquarters is located at 6 More London Place, London.

  • What is Kantar's latest funding round?

    Kantar's latest funding round is Acq - Fin.

  • Who are the investors of Kantar?

    Investors of Kantar include Bain Capital and WPP.

  • Who are Kantar's competitors?

    Competitors of Kantar include Nielsen, ProQuo AI, Worthix, InContext Solutions, Quilt.AI and 7 more.

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