WIN Annual Conference 2020, Lima

We are glad to invite you to the next WIN Annual Conference. The next year will be Lima the host city, from 19th to 22nd April 2020. Our Peruvian friend, Urpi Torrado, from Datum Internacional will host the event. Program and additional information on the hotel will follow. Enjoy Peruvian hospitality and culture and join us for an exciting four days of inspiring talks, worshops and discussions!

WIN World Survey (WWS) acknowledges all the volunteers around the world

WIN, the world’s leading association in market research and polling, has today published Part 6 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 more than one in four people around the world have devoted time to a not-for-profit organization without receiving any wages in the last 12 months.…

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…

“Gender equality, balance and favouritism” from Malaysia

Today, Thursday 28th March 2019, Kala Sethu from Compass Insights, our member from Malaysia, is going to have a presentation on “Gender Equality, balance and favouritism”. She will talk about the results of the WIN World Survey 2018, conducted by WIN in 40 countries of the network. This year is the second edition of Women Icons, a study of which Compass Insights is the official…

WIN World Survey (WWS) 2018: Gender Equality

WIN has  published today, on the occasion of the International Women’s Day, the third parte of the 2018 WIN World Survey (WWS) exploring the views and beliefs of 30,890 people from 40 countries across the world. This survey reveals alarming attitudes and behaviors in many countries. GENDER EQUALITY Only 27% of people around the world believe that social attitudes and behaviours treat men and women…