Black Friday: The Story So Far (2017)
In this Ipsos Views white paper, updated and expanded for 2017, Tim Denison, Director of Retail Intelligence, takes us on a tour of the history of this prominent date in the retail calendar, identifies some successes (and failures) along the way, and offers some thoughts as to what the next few years might bring.
Flair Brazil 2018 - The Mask Slipped! Time for Truth
For many Brazilians, it’s the “Time for Truth”. Years of political scandals, government corruption and the omnipresent “false news” have become too numerous - people now trust only themselves to discover reality. Brands, advertising, companies are not spared by this new age of suspicion.
Ipsos Encyclopedia - Statistical Significance
In statistics, when we say something is 'significant' we mean it is probably true and not due to chance. We might talk about whether two groups of people have significantly different levels of alcohol consumption, or whether a net promotor score has significantly increased year on year. In both these instances 'significant' means the difference is large enough for us to believe it to be genuine and not caused by random chance.
The Rise of Fakism
It should not be any wonder anymore for any marketer that advertising and creativity thrive on echoing real life trends to get people’s attention and engage. Thus it’s not a surprise to see so many of this year’s Cannes creativity winners embracing the concept of fake news in their own special way.
Ipsos Encyclopedia - Social Intelligence
Social Intelligence (often used interchangeably with "Social Listening," "Social Media Monitoring," or "Social Data Analysis"), is the process of monitoring and analysing digital conversations and media, with data captured from social media, blogs, news sites, forums, etc through the use of advanced technology like web crawlers and APIs.
World Luxury Tracking : Do you Speak Luxury? Consumers New Luxury Culture
The World Luxury Tracking (WLT) sets the standard for luxury market studies. Every year, this global monitor analyses trends throughout the different markets and allows brands to better understand new consumer expectations. What can be said about their state of mind? And what about their experiences? What is their purchase journey? What are their expectations? The latest WLT wave covers: France, Italy, Spain, Germany, UK, USA, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirate, and the emergence of maturing luxury consumers as well as a new Luxury Culture.