Overview of the component and service aftermarket
Brazil Pulse - 95% of Brazilians Think that the Country is Heading in the Wrong Direction - June 2017
June’s data of Pulso Brasil captured the full plea bargainning impact of JBS’s businessman -Joesley Batista - on the public. The scenario of hopelessness continues to increase - 95% of Brazilians believe that the country is in the wrong direction.
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 was the only one to correctly predict the election, placing each of the 11 candidates in the correct order.
Ipsos, a leading global market research company is continuing to bolster its capabilities in the APAC region, with the launch of Ipsos Public Affairs in Singapore and Malaysia. A boost to the market research giant’s regional capabilities after Australia and India.
Join us for this panel event at which Ipsos will launch its new global Sustainable Development Research Centre.
Rio Olympics has ended, but the craze on Olympic athletes has not yet faded. However, do you know that the microblog comments of “Wang Baoqiang Divorce” (10 billion pieces) once surpassed that of “Rio Olympics” during the Olympic Games? It is unprecedented that celebrity gossips should take away the limelight of the Olympic Games.
Ipsos’ Mobile Research Practice offers a range of mobile solutions that can help our clients optimise insights.
Explore the causes, effects and changing nature of customer service expectations. Our latest data suggests that expectations have a role to play in understanding the link between the day-to-day of customer experience and overall brand relationships.
Welcome to the October 2016 edition of Ipsos Update, our monthly selection of research and thinking from Ipsos teams around the world.