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Meet the new ‘meat’ eater

September 2, 2019 0

According to the Nielsen Homescan consumer purchase metrics “Meat alternatives have made a big splash in consumer packaged goods (CPG), and sales are on the rise. But are manufacturers and retailers doing enough to educate consumers […]

Ethnography in a Post-Truth World

August 28, 2019 0

This article was originally published on generation1.ca. We are grateful to be in conversation with Anoushka Gupta, Senior Director, Ethnographic Insights at Research Strategy Group Inc. in Toronto, who shares her experience and knowledge of ethnography as a discipline, culture […]

Study Identifies the Best Healthy Eating Nudges

July 12, 2019 0

RESEARCH RELEASE: 9 July 2019: Behavioural nudges have emerged as the best way to improve healthy eating, according to a new paper by Pierre Chandon, Professor of Marketing at INSEAD, and Romain Cadario, Assistant Professor […]

Why the future of work is human

June 26, 2019 0

RESEARCH RELEASE: June 2019 – In the seventh edition of their Building the Lucky Country series, Deloitte Insights ground-breaking research reveals what the changing nature of work really means for businesses and government. According to the […]

ROI of Insights: The View From the Hot Seat

January 30, 2019 0

I’ve never been a fan of the age old metric of dollars of research spend per person ($/FTE). It has always harkened for me memories of Operations Management and how we assessed the efficiency of a […]

MRX and polling under scrutiny: failure vs accuracy

November 15, 2018 0

Polling failures are a recent discussion around the world and a big concern in many countries. Nobody questions the importance of polls for democracies and how useful they are when building public policies. Nevertheless, the […]

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