Upper middle class Russians name as their top goals for a year travel, a healthy lifestyle and renovation of an apartment, a house or country house (dacha).
Join us on June 16 for Launch Affluent Survey Europe 2017 in Paris.
Join us on June 15 for Launch Affluent Survey Europe 2017 in London, and on June 16 in Paris.
Join us on June 9, for a complimentary webinar to hear highlights from our latest wave of the Ipsos Affluent Survey examining social media trends and key opportunities in Affluent travel
Whether it’s wine tasting, going to gastronomic restaurants or cooking themselves, Europe’s Affluents are bon-viveurs.
Attitudes and behaviours of consumers and citizens around the world. 23 countries. 18,000 interviews.
On May 23, are you a subscriber to the Ipsos Affluent Report? If so, then you’re eligible to attend our exclusive subscriber-only panel discussion detailing results from the latest wave of our study as it relates to emerging trends and key opportunities in Affluent travel.
Meet the Uploaders, Europe’s most important influencers. They post comments on websites, share their opinion on social media, review products online and they are among the top 13% income group. These factors make the Uploaders incredibly valuable for marketers. Who are they? The answer might surprise you.
Most European Affluents are satisfied with their own financial situation, but they are less content with the current economic situation in Europe and in their own country in general. When asked how the situation will develop within in 6 months, the wealthier Europeans remain skeptical: the economic situation in their own country and their own financial position are expected to be ‘about the same’.
Welcome to the March edition of Ipsos Update – our monthly selection of research and thinking from Ipsos teams around the world.