Babytree, China’s largest and most popular maternal-child service platform, has released the Chinese Family Parenting Report. For the 2016 edition, Babytree worked with Ipsos to produce the report.
The world’s leading companies are using virtual reality (VR) to a major advantage, and that will only increase in the future. Vehicle makers need to get onboard now!
Is it time for a change? Some industries have been doing things in much the same way for decades, and that is still valid. For others, the “because we’ve always done it that way” philosophy needs updating. Technology is allowing companies to completely rethink their core processes, oftentimes in revolutionary ways that mean substantial cost savings, in streamlining logistics and gaining efficiencies.
Media audience measurement is in robust health. Worth $7 billion in 2014, according to ESOMAR, it represented 16% of market research spending.
The ways in which people access content are changing fast and the methods we use to identify and track the audiences are changing in order to keep pace.
Ethnography is a research method made for investigating cultural practices, rituals, consumer behaviour, routines and social norms. It helps our clients identify previously unseen opportunities through looking at people’s worlds in a new way, through putting behaviour at the heart of our investigation.
Ipsos has done a research in 2016 to investigate the top emerging trends of China’s food & beverage consumption and consumer insights from 10 aspects, namely food safety, food health, organic food, package, globalisation, innovation, new channel, energy supplement, snacking and customisation.
As the summer travel season heats up, the Q2 Ipsos Affluent Barometer reports that a record 72% of Affluents are planning a vacation this summer.
Affluents are also planning to spend more on summer travel compared to last year. Their enthusiasm for travel is reflective of broader trends that demonstrate their increasing willingness to invest time, money and effort into experiences and leisure pursuits.
Global lubricant markets have seen a dramatic rebound since the global economic recession of 2008-2009. At that time, global demand dipped to its lowest point since the latter half of the 20th century, but has since surpasses its previous high mark set in 2007. One of the key drivers of this rebound can be attributed to Asia, where the developing economies of emerging markets are fueling the rising demand for lubricants.
A major new Ipsos survey across 16 countries provides an insight into how major countries have reacted to Brexit, and what comes next for Britain and the EU. The survey, among online adults aged under 65 in in Belgium, France, Britain, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden and seven non-European countries (Canada, US, Japan, Russia, India, Australia and South Africa) provides our first measure of international public opinion.