The survey on which the paper is based reveals that:
- People believe that tech companies such as Google and Apple will lead the way ahead of some (but not all) traditional car manufacturers.
- People in Asia are more willing to be driven by a fully automated car than they are to let the car park itself.
- In Asia, people are twice as likely to take a nap in the vehicle than their European counterparts.
- Under 35s and those in big cities are more likely to be interested in new technological features than those over the age of 50.
As well as detailing some of the specific technological advances in ‘disruptive driving’ – the term used to describe something which changes the way people use something – this paper investigates attitudes by region and age group, and concerns about the future.
[WEBINAR] The Future of Beauty: thriving across the consumer decision journey
The Beauty industry is now more fragmented and disrupted than ever in history. Beauty companies are challenged to stay ahead and lead the trends, as well to best predict whether or not they’ve developed the next biggest innovation.
[EVENT] The State of Reputation in Canada: Today’s Context, Tomorrow’s Expectations
On May 7, please join Ipsos for an exclusive breakfast presentation about the state of reputation in Canada – how companies are performing now, the impact of the current social and economic context on trust, and how your stakeholder’s future hopes and expectations will influence your reputation in the years to come.
Elections 2019: Unpacking Party Manifestos
April 25 - Africa Check and Ipsos invite you to join the discussion of the 2019 Elections Manifestos (ANC/EFF/DA). Ipsos will present their research on public perception around political parties and key issues while Africa Check will share their findings on how the facts in the manifestos hold up. KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY JUDGE SACHS