[ Webinar ] KEYS - The year ahead: Visions of the Future

Keys the year ahead 2024

The start of a new year is a time for reflection – and optimism. Seven in ten people around the world say things will be better for them over next 12 months than they were in 2023. 

Yet the disruptions of recent years have taught us all to be cautious about exactly what lies ahead. 

Citizens and consumers face a year of uncertainty. Elections will be held in more than 60 countries, and turbulence is expected. Meanwhile, we see muted consumer optimism, with eight out of ten expecting real incomes to fall in their country.

Our first episode of 2024 is all about setting the scene, as we review the evidence in the light of recent experiences. We do hope you will be able to join us.

Keys | On the agenda

What Happens Next?

To help us sharpen our scenario planning, we’ve been comparing what we thought the post-Covid era might look like with what we actually see today. What lessons should we take on board as we prepare our strategies for tomorrow? 

The State of America

In this election year, we take a tour of how the U.S. feels right now and build a checklist of what to watch out for. Along the way, we consider how businesses can best adapt to the current social and political environment.

Weathering the Storm

Nigeria is Africa’s largest economy and most populous country. We review how consumers are responding to today’s challenges – and reflect on what brands can do to stay close to people’s needs and aspirations. 

We do hope you will be able to join us.

The sessions will include a Q&A with our presenters.

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Speakers :

  • Simon Atkinson | Ipsos

    Simon Atkinson, Chief Knowledge Officer, Ipsos Knowledge Centre

  • Mike Colledge | Ipsos

    Mike Colledge, President, ESG Lead, Ipsos in Canada

  • Mallory Newall Vice President, Public Affairs, Ipsos in the U.S.

    Mallory Newall, Vice President, Public Affairs, Ipsos in the U.S.

  • Ibitayo Salami

    Ibitayo Salami, Chief Client Officer, Ipsos in Nigeria

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