Media publications from Brazil on WWS

Market Analysis, our member from Brazil, shared what different media outlets had recently picked up from releases on Children & WWS study: G1 (this is GLOBO’s internet portal, the largest newsmaking organization in Brazil) – Children and the Environment / Crianças e o Meio Ambiente: https://g1.globo.com/natureza/blog/amelia-gonzalez/post/2019/05/24/protestos-sobre-o-clima-pesquisa-mostra-preocupacao-de-criancas-e-jovens-com-o-meio-ambiente.ghtml?fbclid=IwAR2m8Oq4HSNWk6kH4R-qHixoXlpxv8LjnH8oHWHr-Zw93W9iYPVa58SwXf0 Carta Capital (this is one of the top 3 weekly news magazines of Brazil) – AI /  Inteligência Artificial:…

WIN World Survey (WWS) reveals that people stop feeling young way before they feel old

WIN, the world’s leading association in market research and polling, has today published Part 5 of the 2018 WIN World Survey (WWS) exploring the views and beliefs of 31,890 people from 41 countries across the globe. This survey reveals that the 40th birthday is when most people stop feeling young. However, it is not until the 60th birthday that most people start feeling old. HEADLINES…

WIN APAC Meeting in Macau

WIN is having a booth at this year’s ESOMAR APAC Conference in Macau. We have the most auspicious booth in the whole exhibition area, because we are WIN. Nothing beats that when in Macau. The 20th edition of the event promises to challenge, inspire, disrupt and give you a new perspective on a region that continues to grow. During these days, our members from the…

2019 International Research Day

What’s better than celebrating the International Research Day the day after gathering together on the occasion of our Annual Conference in Barcelona? “Just as oil is extracted from the depths of the soil, in the same way in market research data are extracted in raw form and then refined (or rather, aggregated) to create knowledge and generate value”. It is with this beautiful reflection by…