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Date:8/5/2010

>The world's leading neuromarketing firm, NeuroFocus (http://neurofocus.com) brings advanced neuroscience knowledge and expertise to the worlds of branding, product development and packaging, advertising, in-store marketing and entertainment. NeuroFocus clients include leading companies across dozens of categories, including automotive, consumer packaged goods, food and beverage, financial services, Internet, telecom, pharmaceutical, retail, and many more sectors. Entertainment category clients include major companies in the broadcast and cable television and movie industries.

Headquartered in the U.S. and operating globally through offices and NeuroLabs in the UK and Europe, the Asia/Pacific region, Latin America, and the Middle East, the company leverages Nobel Prize calibre and Doctorate-level credentials in neuroscience and marketing from the University of California at Berkeley, MIT, Harvard, Oxford, Columbia University, and other leading institutions, combined with executive business management and consulting experience. The Nielsen Company is a strategic investor in NeuroFocus.


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