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NeuroFocus Expands Into the UK and Europe Through Acquisition of Neuroco
Date:3/12/2009

World's Leading Neurological Testing Company Purchases Leading UK Firm In The Fast Growing Field of Brainwave-Based Market Research

BERKELEY, Calif., March 12 /PRNewswire/ -- NeuroFocus, the world's leading company in the rapidly-expanding field of neuromarketing, announced that it has concluded an agreement to purchase Neuroco. The move marks NeuroFocus' next step in its global expansion, following closely on the company's rapid growth in the U.S. and the development of its business in Asia, where it has added major new clients in several key countries including Japan and Korea, among others.

NeuroFocus and Neuroco are both privately held companies. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Neuroco will now become NeuroFocus Europe.

Headquartered in Berkeley, California, NeuroFocus ranks as the largest company offering brainwave-based marketing research to clients worldwide, including many Fortune 100 companies across a wide range of categories. The Nielsen Company is a strategic investor in NeuroFocus.

Based in Surrey, England, Neuroco will become the base of operations for NeuroFocus in the United Kingdom, and will continue to expand the application of EEG-based market research in the UK and across Europe. Neuroco's clients include Sky Broadcasting and 20th Century Fox, and others in the automotive, consumer packaged goods, beverages, leisure, and retail sectors.

EEG-based neurological testing as conducted by NeuroFocus and Neuroco measures brainwaves to capture consumers' levels of attention, emotional engagement, and memory retention. Additional metrics for persuasion, awareness, and novelty are derived from this data. The neuromarketing field has grown exponentially in recent years, as major companies have discovered the unique strategic advantages that authentic neurological testing offers.

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