Ipsos Public Affairs believes strongly in the present value of corporate reputation.
Recently, Thailand has indicated interest in capturing the opportunities for growing the luxury retail sector via the volume of tourist shoppers and growing local middle class. In a global survey by MasterCard, it was found that Bangkok visitor spending contributed to annual USD 14.4 billion dollars, ranking 4th globally in visitor spending.
Building a long-term reputation in a short-term world.
Corporations have a great ability to ‘do good’ in the world – even more so than governments, given the wealth of resources and freedom to innovate outside of bureaucratic structures. Some would argue that beyond an ability to do good, corporations have a responsibility to do good.
The former home of Pablo Escobar is now a theme park. This image is the best way to summarise the gap between the stereotypes and the reality. Of course, it is not a bed of roses, but with a good growth since ten years, a new positioning as membership of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, a new hope thanks to the peace with the guerrillas and a investments’ plan of 25 billion US Dollars, lot of things are moving.
Established in 2009, the Reputation Council brings together senior communicators from some of the most respected corporations in the world. The Reputation Council’s mission is to increase understanding of the issues and challenges facing communicators in the corporate environment, as well as capturing expert views on key trends, issues and events in the wider world.
Not long ago, it seemed impossible to think that the reputational turbulence experienced by the banks of late could be matched by any other sector. However, Volkswagen’s recent mea culpa is just one of the latest in a series of blows for the automotive industry and, for many, a potential tipping point in terms of trust.
The regional series of events promotes EFM with live demos and client case studies.
On the 6th of April, a Dutch referendum will be held on an EU agreement for closer relations with Ukraine, after 427,000 people backed a citizens’ petition of ‘GeenPeil’.
Ad blockers have become an increasing worry for online publishers with their ease of access and growth in popularity. The discussion around how best to deal with the challenges publishers face remains an ongoing one. But what is it about online advertising in the first place that makes people want to take active steps to avoid it?