12% of Game of Thrones watchers guess Euron Greyjoy is most likely to die next on Game of Thrones.
Ipsos now has two Out@Ipsos chapters, and both locations have been busy organising several events to bring Ipsos employees from all walks of life together to celebrate the achievements and contributions of the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community.
The month of Ramadan is about giving and lending a helping hand to others; this is exactly what the team in Lebanon did this year.
Volunteering for the disadvantaged children.
On the heels of African Youth in 2016, Ipsos is publishing an unprecedented study of African women* to mark the second year of its annual Africa conference at the Dapper Museum. Conducted in seven African countries, the study paints a picture of motivated, independent and optimistic women who are a driving force in this rapidly developing continent.
Ipsos plans to continue to serve the community and make a difference.
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
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.
In a recent White Paper, programmatic demand-side platform provider, TubeMogul, referred to ‘the unstoppable shift to audience-based buying’ in the US television market, arguing that inefficiencies in the way TV advertising has traditionally been bought and sold, as well as advances in the way people receive their TV content, will lead inevitably to a time when more and more of it will be traded programmatically.
Shanti Uganda is eradicating preventable maternal mortality throughout Uganda using a unique collaborative care model.