Our monthly round-up of research and thinking from Ipsos around the world. This month we track happiness, tourism and beauty around the world, what’s happening in Indonesia, women’s empowerment in the cocoa industry, social media in times of crisis and more.
This month’s edition of Ipsos Update features Ipsos research and thinking on gender equality, what worries the world, video research, sustainable packaging and consumer trends in Russia.
July’s edition of Ipsos Update presents our latest research and white papers on topics including refugees and human rights, online security and trust in the media, Out of Home advertising and subscription services.
June’s edition of Ipsos Update presents our latest research and white papers on topics including mystery shopping, global views on Europe, ethics in social media research and ageing in Japan.
May’s edition presents Ipsos’ latest research and thinking on topics including climate change, our ‘vices’ – or morally questionable behaviours, driverless cars, shopper technology, creative advertising and trends in MENA.
This month’s edition features Ipsos research and thinking on technology and healthcare, nationality and inclusivity, Indian cuisine, virtual reality, text analytics and more.
March’s Ipsos Update presents our latest research on the future of the global population, ageing and attitudes towards automation. We also introduce new white papers on mothers in Asia, Japanese society and brand-building advertising campaigns.
February’s Ipsos Update presents our latest research on global predictions for 2019, personal data and childhood obesity. We also showcase new white papers on sustainable packaging, ‘lead users’ and China’s affluent consumers.
The first Ipsos Update of 2019 highlights recent reports on people’s (mis)perceptions of reality, global security and food. It also features new white papers on trust in media, human curation in an AI world and how technology is disrupting the customer experience.
Welcome to Ipsos Update – our monthly selection of research and thinking from Ipsos teams around the world. October’s edition features new papers on agile research, surviving disruption, and creating strong branded memories in ads, as well as reports on Kenya, populism, and young people globally.