PRS Relocates Corporate Headquarters
To Accommodate Continued Growth
(Fort Lee, NJ) October 25, 2012 - Perception Research Services International (PRS), a global leader in packaging and shopper research, has announced its office relocation. The company will move its offices from Fort Lee to Teaneck, NJ. The new address is 500 Frank W. Burr Boulevard, Glenpointe Centre West, Suite #5, Teaneck, NJ 07666.
The move stems from PRS’ need to accommodate growth due to the demand for the company’s shopper and packaging research services. The company has over 200 employees and the new larger space is designed to support further expansion. The new location allows for easy access from all points in New Jersey and New York City.
"We are so fortunate that over the past several years, our client base has grown, along with an expanded portfolio of services. We anticipate this will continue as marketers continue to focus on understanding what drives shoppers’ behavior,” said Scott Young, President of Perception Research Services.
PRS focuses exclusively on research to guide, measure and improve marketing communications. Since 1972, PRS has conducted thousands of studies in its primary areas of expertise: packaging, point-of-sale marketing and print advertising. Over the past 40 years, PRS pioneered and enhanced the use of PRS Eye-Tracking, introduced clients to PRS Virtual Aisles and utilized emotional measurement via facial coding for various studies.
All phone numbers and email addresses will remain the same. To reach the main office please call 201-346-1600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 1972, Perception Research Services International (PRS) specializes in research to help clients “win at retail.” PRS now conducts over 800 custom studies annually to help marketers deepen their shopper understanding and develop more effective packaging, category management and in-store marketing efforts. In addition to the U.S. headquarters, PRS has offices in London, Geneva, Rome and Singapore. For more information visit www.prsresearch.com.