Offices & Workplaces

The Science of Scenting…

Scenting For: Offices, Government, Coworking Spaces

Aromatherapy is an exceptional method to improve productivity in the workplace as our sense of smell is the strongest of all our senses. Being heavily linked to our emotions certain aromatic elements can impact upon confidence, focus, patience, cooperation and attentiveness. Aromatherapy has the potential to increase your employee’s efficiency. In addition, a distinctively scented business space adds to your corporate image and is bound to leave a lasting impression on both employees and clientele.

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Discover the Science of Scenting?

Download the latest information and case studies on the wonderful world of scent marketing and aromatherapy. Backed by Science, Driven by Quality.

What is Scent Marketing?

Scent marketing or aromatherapy can be defined as the tailored diffusion of fragrances that engages a persons senses to affect their productivity, emotions, moods, judgement and behaviour. Sensory cues can enhance an employees memory by connecting with their emotions. One group of neuroscientists’ found that 85-95% of decisions occur at the emotional or subconscious level.

The Science?

The peak of productivity is most likely to occur when an employee feels relaxed, receptive, patient and cooperative. Through aromatherapy, we can stimulate the productivity of employees as fragrances play an immense role in an individual’s decision-making process.

“54% fewer errors when students could smell lemon, 33% fewer with jasmine and 20% fewer with lavender.” – Takasago Corporation, Tokyo, Japan

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THE SCIENCE OF SCENTING

CASE STUDIES & RESEARCH

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Sofitel Guest Satisfaction Survey

M Gallery by Sofitel conducted a survey of 3000 of their hotel guests on the impact that fragrances have on their experience of the hotel. The survey found 78% of women and 74% of men generally like scented spaces.

Research Study: Reduced Anxiety by 63%

A New York study at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer looked to discover the impacts of ambient aromas on 70 outpatients before undergoing an MRI. It was noted that the administration of fragrances was associated with 63% less anxiety.

Research Study: 54% Less Typing Errors

Studies at the Takasago Corporation in Japan discovered that employees in a scented environment made 54% made fewer errors when they could smell lemon, 33% fewer with jasmine and 20% fewer with lavender.

Case Study: Employee Survey

A survey conducted on a group of office executives found that:

  • 35% of respondents say that a fragrance is the first thing that comes to there attention when entering an environment.
  • 93% agree that effective ambient scenting influences their moral, productivity and working behaviour.

 

Satisfaction
Sofitel Guest Satisfaction Survey

M Gallery by Sofitel conducted a survey of 3000 of their hotel guests on the impact that fragrances have on their experience of the hotel. The survey found 78% of women and 74% of men generally like scented spaces.

Reduced Anxiety

Research Study: Reduced Anxiety by 63%

A New York study at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer looked to discover the impacts of ambient aromas on 70 outpatients before undergoing an MRI. It was noted that the administration of fragrances was associated with 63% less anxiety.

Reduced Typing Errors

Research Study: 54% Less Typing Errors

Studies at the Takasago Corporation in Japan discovered that employees in a scented environment made 54% made fewer errors when they could smell lemon, 33% fewer with jasmine and 20% fewer with lavender.

Satisfaction

Case Study: Employee Survey

A survey conducted on a group of office executives found that:

  • 35% of respondents say that a fragrance is the first thing that comes to there attention when entering an environment.
  • 93% agree that effective ambient scenting influences their moral, productivity and working behaviour.