A survey commissioned by the insurer Direct Line has found that the financial services industry is failing to capitalise on the 'grey pound' phenomenon associated with an ageing, but wealthier, population.
A report by MORI for Ofgas, confirms that people who change their gas supplier find doorstep selling useful and informative.
Preliminary findings from a new MORI study into the growth of electronic commerce in Europe, reveal that nearly a quarter of Europe's companies who have access to the World Wide Web, are already earning revenue through the Internet. Electronic commerce is defined as managing all aspects of the business process including sales, marketing, finance, recruitment, customer support and partnership development over the Internet.
Banking By Personal Computer The Next Revolution, As First Direct Turns On The Big Switch
Tuned Out And Turned Off: Two Thirds Of Employees In Britain's Biggest Organisations Lack Both Strong Commitment And Understanding
A benchmark survey by the Marketing & Communication Agency and MORI confirms why employers need to win hearts and minds.
More people would trust Sir Cliff Richard than either Tony Blair or William Hague to sell them a decent pension, and virtually no one would choose Alastair Darling, the Government Minister in charge of pensions - according to a new MORI survey for i.e. group, a UK new financial services group.
UK Retailers Fall to Meet Online Shoppers Expectations
'Housebuyers are overwhelmingly in favour of traditionally built houses' is the finding of a recent survey carried out by MORI on attitudes towards house construction. Over 90% of respondents said they prefer the advantages offered by a house built using bricks, blocks, and concrete floors.
Consumers Voting With Their Feet: Nearly One In Six Say Poor Dealings With Staff Put Them Off From Purchasing
A survey for the Marketing & Communication Agency by MORI shows how staff attitudes are affecting consumer behaviour
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