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Economy Matters: The View From Here Simon Atkinson, Chief Knowledge Officer 21 April 2016 Simon Atkinson, Ipsos' Chief Knowledge Officer, blogs in the Huffington Post on what the latest Global @dvisor economic data tells us about the state of the global economy. Economy Matters: The View From Here
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House prices: how good are people at predicting what’s going to happen? Ben Marshall, Research Director 15 April 2016

Ben Marshall analyses what five years of our Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker tells us about how good the public are at predicting future house prices.

House prices: how good are people at predicting what’s going to happen?

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Finding the Hidden Purse Strings Lucy Neiland, Associate Director 23 March 2016 Lucy Neiland from the Ethnography Centre of Excellence highlights the importance of building better relationships to retain customer loyalty. Finding the Hidden Purse Strings
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Over half of customers think they are working harder than companies to fix problems Jean-Francois Damais, Research Director 7 March 2016 Jean-François Damais reveals an Ipsos study which found that, all too often, customers believe they are putting in more effort than companies to get things resolved following a negative complaint or incident. Over half of customers think they are working harder than companies to fix problems
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The riddle of productivity: How can business leaders improve it when they can’t agree on what it means? Andrew Croll, Research Director 29 February 2016 Andrew Croll, Research Director at Ipsos Loyalty writes about how business leaders define productivity and what this means for the UK's productivity problem. The riddle of productivity: How can business leaders improve it when they can’t agree on what it means?
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Who is stepping up in the ‘retirement revolution'? Georgina Clarke, Research Director 26 January 2016 New Ipsos MORI research suggests that big business is beginning to do its bit to help their employees make good decisions at retirement. Does this mean the retirement savings industry itself needs to do more, asks Georgina Clarke. Who is stepping up in the ‘retirement revolution'?
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Energy – the quest for a licence to operate Robert Knight, Research Director 11 January 2016 International research from Ipsos Global @dvisor and expert commentary from our Reputation Council members underline the growing challenge facing the worldwide energy industry, says Robert Knight. Energy – the quest for a licence to operate
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Barriers and concerns to boosting construction in the UK Andrew Croll, Research Director 14 December 2015

Andrew Croll explores construction industry leaders' views on the challenges facing UK infrastructure development

Barriers and concerns to boosting construction in the UK

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Blowing it on a Lamborghini? Chris O'Brien, Associate Director 4 June 2015 If you are approaching retirement, advice is crucial says Chris O'Brien of Ipsos Loyalty. Blowing it on a Lamborghini?
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Business media split over Government's performance Chris O'Brien, Associate Director 7 May 2015 The country's top business and financial journalists are polarised over the current Government's performance says Chris O'Brien of Ipsos Loyalty. Business media split over Government's performance
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