Overall, the future looks positive for the global spirits industry. According to latest full year data, the global spirits market expanded by 7% in volume between 2010 & 2011.
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.
77% of global citizens concerned that Ebola virus may be transmitted to their country. With 88% awareness of Ebola virus outbreak, 57% say their own health, government and other officials are taking enough precautions and preparations to ensure virus doesn’t come into their country but 43% don’t believe it to be so.
The turnover of Ipsos has been flat for the past three years. Based on this disappointing fact, the management of Ipsos has launched a programme designed to foster a route to profitable growth.
Italy is still passing through a severe, deep and lasting crisis.
India lags behind the world when it comes to the tag of being a ‘healthy’ nation, with healthcare accounting for only 0.9 per cent of national GDP as against 12 per cent by G7 countries. Health as a topic has never been centre-stage in the larger discussions on the country’s progress and growth.
While 90% of Urban Malaysians say they have no major health issues, almost half (48%) suffer from some minor health issues.
This briefing pack summarises Ipsos research on public attitudes in Europe during 2015.
This study addresses some of the misunderstandings around what neuroscience is and what it can and can’t do.
For an industry to survive and evolve it must be constantly challenging its own role and wider impact. But how can the insight function ensure it remains relevant and impactful in the midst of a revolution in marketing?