Ipsos Public Affairs believes strongly in the present value of corporate reputation.
Launched in 2005, Ipsos Flair grew from a desire to combine the six types of expertise Ipsos offers (Marketing, Advertising, Media, Opinion, Customer Relations Management, Data Collection, Data Processing and Distribution), with a view to presenting a vision of society founded on an observation and interpretation of the behaviors, attitudes and opinions of consumer-citizens.
Three high points, three stories, three perspectives and a specific angle: approaching research findings as symptoms whose analysis allows us to create a mapping of structuring, emerging trends.
“China is a horse and the world, an idea” 2012 is the Year of the Dragon, a major symbol and myth within Chinese civilization that signifies strength and power – and how very apt this is.
“No commitment” could have been the title for 2013; advertisers (and not just telecom operators) certainly presented that option, as though in response to consumers’ mobile, versatile attitude, and their increasingly rapid decision-making. “France 2013, shocks & sanctuaries” expresses the new stakes better.
Economic growth has transformed cities in South East Asia, its raised income levels, spurred urbanization and infrastructure and ultimately changed the SE Asia region and the way in which we live.
The Union finance ministry expects Indian Economy would grow at least 6% in the current financial year, citing a pickup in investment and rising investor confidence. RBI has projected the Indian economy to grow at 5.7%, which is lower than even some private forecasts.
An Ipsos poll commissioned by Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs shows strong support among Kazakh citizens for the general direction of policy in this energy-rich Central Asian country.
Crowdsourcing is typically an online effort to obtain information, ideas, content, services or input from a large group of people for a specific project or initiative, either paid or unpaid.
Majority of Global Citizens (75%) are Happy Despite Gloomy Economic Sentiments. ‘Very Happy’ Cohort (20%) Down Two Points Since December 2012.