In this episode, we delve into the pressing challenges businesses face in attracting new customers in the post-COVID world.
A favourable wind crosses the region.
In a two-part article, we’re going to understand if advertising can be saved from “greenwashing”. The first part will explain what “greenwashing” is and how green claims work.
Part II: The Inclusion Opportunity is upon us… and it is a key source of future growth for brands.
In today’s interconnected world, collaboration knows no borders. Discover how global partnerships are revolutionizing market research and empowering insights professionals to uncover hidden gems and drive impactful innovation.
Simon Chadwick explains how market research and insights are evolving across a series of dimensions and how the importance of insights continues to grow.
Can market research help the world embrace a post-growth economy by understanding consumer lives, needs, and diverse economic models while fostering stakeholder engagement?
The shift towards a post-growth economy challenges businesses to prioritise societal contributions over profit accumulation. Are we close to seeing its fruition?
Super Bowl advertising is the biggest platform of the year, but does it resonate with all the different consumer audiences? The Super Bowl, in 2022, had roughly 112 million viewers with over 40% of them from diverse groups and women.
When we hear that inflation is high, or the exchange rate is down, or that unemployment is up, we start thinking about the general economic situation. And – more specifically – how it’ll affect our own business.
Brands that don’t embrace diverse advertising and LGBTQ+ inclusion can alienate consumers and hurt sales.
The visibility of LGBTQ+ individuals in media and their representation in campaigns, ads, and content has a lasting impact on creating an inclusive social atmosphere.
Getting diversity and inclusion right in advertising matters more than you think. Our research shows 52% of all consumers "trust a brand more if their ads reflect my culture." For brands, demonstrating inclusion and diversity in advertising is imperative.
Unveiling the power of domestic clients: witness the remarkable pandemic recovery driven by domestic demand as clients shape success and budgets while exploring regional variations and shifting trends in major sectors of the market research landscape.
Part 1: Inclusive insights: What it is, why it matters, and what this means for insights professionals.
Millennials, a generation often criticised, have now become parents and are breaking away from traditional parenting norms.
2021 had been an incredible year for investment into the insights and marketing analytics sector – over $9 billion in one single year. Surely the market would have to take a rest in 2022?
Ultimately, it is truly about our relationship to work, and the kind of company one wants to join, build or lead.