COVID has had a formative influence on brands, but so have other cultural impacts such as racial justice and a divided society. As we kick off a new year full of ongoing change, disruption and uncertainty, people expect more from brands and are proactively seeking out brands that reflect their values. In fact, Ipsos research shows the majority of consumers now feel that brands taking a stance on social issues is an important part of being a ‘great brand.’ So if purpose is an expectation of business, are businesses perceived to be doing enough?
Revisit our recorded webinar to hear recent insights from Ipsos online communities and social intelligence addressing the relationship between personal values and brand perception, and dive into learning to help brands bridge intent with action.
Listen in for these 3 key take-aways:
- People expect more from brands and are proactively seeking out brands that reflect their values
- As such, it’s more important than ever seek out consumer-driven insights to help guide authentic brand action
- Through a combination of advanced social analytics and collaborative community discussions, Ipsos can help you identify where your purpose can best serve as a bridge for current needs, and provide critical, real-world context on how to activate against it
And ask us more about:
- Key issues currently top of mind for Americans, and how this consumer-driven lens can help guide tangible, meaningful brand action
- The interplay between individuals and brands in effecting change, from the perspective of the consumer
- How to apply frameworks and approaches such as the Ipsos Good Innovation Model and Lead User Innovation to help uncover unmet needs and opportunities for authentic human connections and meaningful actions