By Kyle Findlay
ESOMAR Big Data World took place in Brooklyn, New York at the end of November 2017. It was a relatively intimate affair as far as ESOMAR events go but it was filled with the right people.
By John Kearon
Can it go further, and help us to better it? We look at an advertising campaign run by the ESOMAR Foundation using research insight to improve people’s lives. Armed with a generous gift of online banner advertising space from AOL’s own Foundation Oath for Good, here is what happened.
By Robert Heeg
Easy targets for the media, the laughing stock of comedians; after several widely errors, trust in election polls seems to be at an all-time low. Not entirely fair, argues Jon Puleston, who demonstrates that the pollsters often get it right. That doesn’t let them off the hook though.
By Anita Black, Dana Asadorian and Hannah Dunnett.
For years now, the marketing and media world have been preoccupied with millenials – getting to grips with the ‘Me, Me, Me Generation’. There is now a new generation that deserves attention – Generation Z, ie those born between 1996 and 2010 – who are guardians of the future and valuable consumers too.