76% of Malaysian parents feel confident about where they’re raising their kids, but still have concerns about the future.
A survey by Ipsos to understand the happiness levels in the region shows that 90% of Malaysians indicated that they were happy.
The quarterly Economic Pulse survey by Ipsos shows that although Malaysians feel it will be a tough year ahead for them, they still have confidence in the Malaysian economy.
Take a look at Asean’s growing medical and healthcare industry, and the factors that will support the growth of this sector…
While 90% of Urban Malaysians say they have no major health issues, almost half (48%) suffer from some minor health issues.
Over half of Malaysians have been impacted by GST when it comes to their shopping behaviour.
In light of the most recent news regarding the spread of the Zika virus, Ipsos conducted a poll to gauge the level of concern about the virus among citizens of 27 countries around the world.
Urban Malaysians more Individualistic than Singaporeans. 41% of Malaysians prioritize Self, significantly higher to Singaporeans at just 29%
We often talk about Technology as if we are in a love-hate relationship with it. Yet for all that occasional hate we cannot deny the impact it has on our lives, both as marketers and as consumers. Technology has been an "enabler" in the past, supporting mainstream businesses and services as a "silent" partner. However, techology has now shifted to an "integrator" role, seamlessly taking over our lives.
In this issue, we dig deep into the lives of consumers. We understand that technology advances shrink our world, it is important to keep watching and listening to consumers.