Consumers see brands as belonging to categories based on their own perception and life experience. Once consumers pigeonhole a brand, it is hard for the brand to easily change that category perception. For example, Kodak was THE brand name for film photography. It was also the company that invented the […]
In an online world oversaturated with apps, how can one develop an app that doesn’t get used once and end up in the app graveyard. An app that helps the users and the creators. An app that provide real ROI to any business. An app that is sticky. Below is a […]
As I squeeze my way onto the crowded Track No. 1 train, I can’t help but notice the girl to my left. Dressed from head to toe in Theory, chatting about her latest Soulcycle class and sipping on an iced coffee from Starbucks; or the man cross legged in a […]
Using marketplace tensions to inspire innovation is a powerful way to unlock consumer value. Read the full article for 3-steps to finding & exploiting marketplace tension.
Pets have taken on an increasingly large presence in millennial households. How will innovations for pets and their owners evolve in the millennial landscape?
Despite growing cynicism of survey research and its ability to give accurate information, this paper provides evidence that what people report from surveys can be accurate.
Who is the target consumer for Electric Vehicles? What are the levels of acceptance and adoption? Ipsos wanted to know so we went under the hood to find out (actually, we plugged in)!
The future is increasingly mobile. This paper showcases Ipsos’ latest research on research about device agnostic & offers practical advice for designing device agnostic surveys.