New Ipsos MORI analysis shows Brexit has created new political dividing lines on some issues.
Georgina Clarke and Katherine Shipton examine our most recent Captains of Industry survey and ask why customer experience is not at the top of the agenda for b2b organisations.
Ipsos MORI’s Charities research team was set up more than 20 years ago. We are an enthusiastic team of specialist researchers with years of experience conducting research on behalf of charities, Royal Societies, social enterprises, and the voluntary sector. The charity team closely works with topic-specialist teams, such as the Environment and Energy team, the Health team, the Education, Children and Families team, and the International team. This makes sure that the research we conduct is underpinned by both a broader understanding of how the sector works, and by in-depth issue-specific knowledge.
The Key Influencer Tracking program is a suite of multi-client studies that examine the attitudes and opinions of a range of elite, opinion-forming stakeholder audiences. We provide independent and cost-effective access to otherwise hard-to-reach stakeholder groups to help companies and organisations of every kind manage their reputation, communications and sector knowledge.
Nearly two in three think that the quality of Britain's public services have got worse over the last five years, according to a new study from Ipsos MORI.
Captains of Industry are committed to championing diversity and inclusion in the workplace, but women remain scarce on executive boards
Captains of Industry say that despite nearly all board members on the FTSE 500 saying they are actively promoting and championing diversity and inclusion in their company (86%), a very large proportion say they have no female board members at all (71%).
With Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) drafted and some areas starting to publish their plans, attention is swiftly turning to their implementation, writes Kate Duxbury.
We help our clients to identify the deep social trends either locally or internationally.
The overall customer experience depends as much on products as other components such as service, price and brand image. Getting the product experience right is crucial to business success.
Enterprise Feedback Management (EFM) collects customer feedback and combines it with all related data – from social media to operational metrics - to provide real time insight and predictive analysis tailored to the individuals in your organisation.