Our focus is on bringing together new perspectives, based on real-life experiences and insights grounded in research.
In this session we consider one way life has changed for so many of us around the world: the increased amount of time we are spending at home. Lockdowns and ongoing restrictions are still keeping many of us indoors more than ever before. What does this mean for our daily routines, what we buy, and how we relax? And what can we say about the broader implications, once Covid-19 finally recedes?
Please join us as we invite you inside and explore how people around the world are living these days.
On the agenda:
- The New Routines? We examine the current mood as people around the world continue to adapt to new pressures and different circumstances.
- Buying from Home: New ways of acquiring products such as subscriptions have surged as eCommerce has expanded. Which will continue to be part of our lives? We consider the evidence.
- Entertainment at Home: What’s happening to how we relax and spend our free time? We’ve been reflecting on the lessons learned from a year of spending extended time on the sofa.
- MENA at Home: We go on a guided tour to better understand how daily life has been impacted in one of the world’s most dynamic regions: the Middle East and North Africa.
We do hope you will be able to join us.
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Jennifer Hubber, Chief Client Officer, Head of Ipsos Global Client Organisation
Simon Atkinson, Chief Knowledge Officer
Supriya Chabria, Global Lead, Digital Innovation, Ipsos
Matt Carmichael, Vice President, Editorial Strategy, Ipsos in North America
Nabanita Mukherjee , Service Line Leader, Qualitative, Ipsos GCC
[WEBINAR] The Role of Research in Solving Real-World Problems
What are people around the world most worried about as we head into the second year of the pandemic? While some regions and countries are lifting restrictions, others are once again implementing them. How can governments and organizations concerned about the greater good of society be sure they understand how issues are evolving and what it means for their citizens, voters, stakeholders and others?