To help you get in the festive spirit, here is an infographic exploring Christmas traditions around the world, from food, to trees and shopping.
Evidence from this latest research provides valuable insight into passengers’ experience of delays and claiming compensation. It shows a significant increase in the number of eligible passengers claiming compensation, from 12 per cent in 2013 to 35 per cent in 2016. The findings also help understand why some passengers don’t claim compensation.
LARIA 2016 conference in Manchester – “Shining a light on local migration and development in a London Borough”
Using recent studies on local migration and housing-led development, our key note presentation shows how the impact of local area research can be maximised by making full use of innovative reporting and communication vehicles.
Click here to read the full paper.
Collecting office insight from a 1,000 technology decision makers and end-users, this report aims to understand how working practices are evolving and the value, and impact, of the latest document handling technology.
Click here to read the full report: http://www.canon.co.uk/for_work/business-services/outsourcing-and-consultancy/transformation_insight/
Together with our client, Carla Johnson at the London Borough of Waltham Forest, we’ll be presenting at the LARIA conference in Manchester this Thursday. Using recent studies on local migration and housing-led development, our key note presentation shows how the impact of local area research can be maximised by making full use of innovative reporting…
The retail press talks more and more about informing, disrupting and delighting consumers by bringing tech and artificial intelligence (AI) into the purchase journey and the retail environment. Our expectations as shoppers are rising fast. Is AI the way for retailers to keep us happy?
Louise Amantani and Kate Downer weigh in on the man vs machine debate.
Check out our latest research infographic giving advice on conducting B2B research in the emerging markets based on our extensive experience.
This publication reviews evidence from experiments Breaking Blue have run using gamification as well as showing some examples of the latest gamification techniques.
It also considers the practical challenges of implementing gamified surveys for agencies, clients and panel providers. Click here to read the paper.