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.
We are known throughout the world for being a leader on market research and customer insight. To celebrate our 40 years in the industry, this four-part blog series looks at how the retail landscape has changed – and what the future has in store.
Young people today make up the largest youth population in history. Their successes and struggles are as diverse as their personalities and aspirations.
The Future Cities Dialogue engaged urban citizens in possible future urban scenarios. Citizen feedback on their preferences and priorities for future urban living is feeding into Innovate UK’s broader work on future urban systems integration and understanding and identifying the market opportunities this generates.
Ipsos has been the biggest research company in Serbia for 20 years (since 2009 as Ipsos) and, at the same time, by far the biggest in the segment of political pre-election surveys.