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What Worries the World report

April 16, 2019 0

April 11, 2019 Ipsos have just released a new global poll detailing the four concerns that top the world’s worry list. The What Worries the World survey outlines the four major worries for global citizens […]

Identifying road crashes before they occur

April 16, 2019 0

EROAD has researched and created a new data algorithm called Dynamic Risk, that will enable transport authorities to move to a predictive programme of risk management to make efficient spending decisions that can improve road […]

We want it now: the client perspective

April 10, 2019 0

Ever tightening research timelines was one of the hot topics at the 2018 AMSRS Annual Conference. Building on the discussion, Research News spoke to a number of clients to learn what is happening within their […]

Nielsen Launches Behavioral Sciences Institute

April 2, 2019 0

April 1 2019 Nielsen has launched a Behavioral Sciences Institute, with the aim of educating leaders across industries on ‘the power of conscious and nonconscious decision making’. The Institute will sit within, and tap the […]

Avoiding the pitfalls of ‘rogue’ research

March 26, 2019 0

Dianne Gardiner explores the dangers of the ‘some research is better than no research’ mentality. The need for speed is real. This is not new news – but dealing with the implications of the continuous […]

Nielsen and RDA Launch GeoCMV Explorer

March 25, 2019 0

March 22 2019 In Australia, Nielsen has partnered with geospatial expert RDA Research to launch a solution called GeoCMV Explorer, which promises to help clients create stronger responses to advertising briefs based on rich audience […]

MRS and Kantar Promote ‘Intelligence Capital’

March 25, 2019 0

In the UK, the Market Research Society (MRS) has partnered with Kantar to launch a report which explains how ‘Intelligence Capital’ can drive business growth. Authored by Kantar’s Julie Kollman and Andrew Curry, the report […]