Climate change, vacations and vaccine passports, President Biden’s first 100 days and the latest trends in South Korean society are some of the featured topics in this month’s round-up of research and thinking from Ipsos around the world.
Our monthly round-up of research and analysis from Ipsos teams around the world covers a range of topics from gender equality and parenting to retail trends and how advertising becomes famous.
Signals: Understanding the coronavirus crisis
Our monthly round-up of Ipsos research and thinking reflects on the world one year on from Covid-19, looks forward to the world in 2025 and beyond, and presents new white papers on customer experience, product innovation and research methods.
Ipsos Strategy3 looks at the implications to businesses and policymakers in Southeast Asia one year after the onset of the COVID-19 crisis.
Our monthly round-up of the latest research and thinking from Ipsos around the world includes new global surveys on life during the pandemic, a new white paper on quality in market research and special features on US and French society.
Our first monthly research round-up of the year includes both reflections on 2020 and a look forward at the year ahead. Featured topics include vaccines, behaviour change, food trends and look at the local story in a selection of countries.
The final edition of Ipsos Update of 2020 includes research and analysis on key topics including health, sustainability, gender equality and retail. We also look at public opinion on international security and the reputation of different countries around the world.
Using metaphor elicitation to gain a truer consumer-centric measure of influence.
Our new brand growth story, the future of money, fractures in French society and a special on the US election all feature in our latest monthly round-up of research and thinking from Ipsos around the world.
A corporate communications perspective.
Our monthly round-up of research and analysis from Ipsos around the world includes the latest on coronavirus, attitudes towards abortion, cultural response bias, and a focus on life in Russia, the US election and public perceptions in Ireland.
A crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic provides impetus for rapid change in consumer attitudes and behaviour as people cope with the changes in their environment.