Fintech In Pakistan
More than 20% of the Financial Services business expected to be at risk to FinTech Companies by 2020
Driven by the exponential growth in digital devices and connectivity, consumers are spending more of their time online. This growth of has driven the entrance of multiple players in market offering consumers financial services online.
The global investment in financial technologies is expected to reach $46 Billion by the year 2020. The impact of FinTech will be felt across all financial services such as Retail Banking, Wealth/Asset Management, Stock Markets and Exchanges, Insurance, Payments and Transactions, Lending and Finance.
Economic & social Costs Of VAWG, Pakistan Summary Report April 2019
This report summarises the key
findings of the What Works to
Prevent Violence: Economic and
Social Costs project relating to
Pakistan. It provides an overview
of the social and economic costs
of violence against women and
girls (VAWG) to individuals and
households, businesses and
communities, and the national
economy and society. Findings
show the heavy drag that VAWG
imposes on economic productivity
and wellbeing, and the need to
invest urgently in scaling up efforts
to prevent violence.
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National Consumer Panel in Pakistan
Consumer Panel is a focused research technique based on collecting regular purchase/usage information from a continuous and representative household sample of 5,500 nationally. Consumer Panel delivers key performance indicators over a long period of time within various market breakdowns & in SKU detail.
Ipsos Update - June 2018
Welcome to Ipsos Update – our monthly selection of research and thinking from Ipsos teams around the world. June’s edition features new papers on shopper behaviour and the value of reputation, as well as global surveys on socialism, summer holiday plans and the Royal Family.
Cognitive Battlefield - Part I: A Framework for Assessing Optimal Engagement Strategies
The amount and pace of verbal and written information that people exchange every day has increased dramatically over the past decade. A major question of our time is how does this information influence people’s attitudes, behaviours and decision-making?