Articles Tagged ‘Ipsos’

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How cannabis use is different between Canada and the U.S.

Americans are more likely to use it on a daily basis and are also bigger consumers of smokeless formats.

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How do Canadians feel about healthtech?

A Canadian Medical Association report shows the opportunities (and concerns) resemble those in other sectors.

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Execs still underestimate impact of data breaches

New research suggests nearly half of business leaders believe breaches are “no big deal.”

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Google remains Canada’s most influential brand

The company maintains its position for the eighth consecutive year, while Tim Hortons returns to Ipsos’ annual top ten list.

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What are Canada’s most-trusted brands in 2019?

Trust weighs heavily on consumers’ decision-making, a good sign for those on Ipsos and Reader’s Digest’s annual list.

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Consumers think Black Friday offers more savings

Meanwhile, Cyber Monday remains the king of convenience in consumers’ eyes, according to findings by Ipsos.

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How Samsung won back consumer trust

Experts weigh-in on the electronics co’s rise in brand trust surveys, and offer insight on how Tim Hortons can replicate its success.

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Which causes remain key to Canadians?

New Ipsos data suggests shoppers are keeping an eye on charitable deeds throughout their relationship with a brand.

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AR’s role in the marketing mix may grow: report

Canadian marketers are cautiously optimistic about augmented reality, but see fewer opportunities for wearables.

Ipsos Winners

How to gain (or lose) influence

Ipsos’ Steve Levy shows what makes or breaks an influential brand in Canada.

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Canadians warm up to social commerce

The “Shop Now” buttons on social media are getting traction, according to research from PayPal and Ipsos.

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The new personal values of Canadians

A study from McCann shows that demographics are less of a defining factor than values like individuality and fairness.

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Canadians still see role for traditional banking

Consumers enjoy the benefits of online banking, but many still visit branches in person, a new Ipsos survey shows.