Can financial services companies build connections in a world of increasingly virtual relationships? They need to if they want to keep and gain customers, writes Tony Smith in Quirk's.
New global poll finds unemployment remains the top issue globally. New study finds the majority of people across 26 countries think that their country is on the wrong track — South Africa, Mexico, Brazil, South Korea, Italy and France are the most concerned.
How Millennials of Asia will shape tomorrow's payments landscape.
On June 15, Ipsos is delighted to be speaking at this year’s NASPA symposium exploring evidence-based practices, innovative research, and current trends surrounding collegiate financial well-being.
For 37% of the likely voters, the topic of purchasing power would be a primary concern, for 56% an important concern and for 7% a secondary concern.
Massive layoffs are happening around the world in the new era of Bank 3.0. Thanks to the internet and portable technology, people are able to get access to the financial services anytime and everywhere, and they no longer need to rely on the counter service and ATM machine of bank.
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’.
"Can money buy you happiness?" The Ipsos Affluent Europe Survey says: ‘Yes, it probably can’.
Technology seen to have the most positive impact on business.
Making more money is the major goal for majority of Kenyans in the new year.