As national lockdown extends, South Africans’ greatest COVID-19-related concern is the economy. This is even more top-of-mind for most citizens than concern over their family’s health care needs, which features as their second most pressing concern.
Topics: market research, consumer behaviour, consumer research, consumer insights, Africa market research, south africa market research, south africa spending habits, south africa economy, south africa economic survey, covid-19
The last 10 years will go down in history as the decade when the digital age actually took root. This was the year the world was, for the first time, dominated by internet-driven things, from social media to smartphones; voice-enabled devices to augmented and virtual reality; and everything else associated with them. And their influence on our society as a whole was and continues to be all-encompassing.
Topics: market research, digital consumer behaviour, artificial intelligence market research, Africa market research, south africa market research, digital research, digital market research, digital online research, africa unilever, digital data collection
Patient centricity is no longer just a buzzword. From patient-centric virtual clinical trial programs by Novartis to patient-focussed tech products and services, the approach to healthcare is changing. While the world is leaning towards patient centricity, we are still far from achieving a truly patient-centric healthcare system that’s unhindered.
BANGALORE, India, Dec. 9, 2019 -- The initial 10 years witnessed Borderless Access evolve from an online & mobile panel company into one of the leading global digital market research solutions company.
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Bangalore, India, October 1, 2019: Borderless Access, the digital market research company, has announced the appointment of Max Czycholl, a market research expert with over 11 years of experience, as Vice President – Europe.
Flic-en-Flac, Mauritius, August 28, 2019: The 21st Pan African Media Research Organisation (PAMRO) conference, held in Flic-en-Flac, Mauritius, came to a conclusion on the 28th of August with a ceremony that recognized the best papers presented at the forum this year.
While often portrayed ominously by Hollywood as the technology that will one day take over the world from humans, Artificial Intelligence (AI) in real life has proven to be capable of replacing humans, but in a manner that’s productive to us. This is due to AI’s ability to process massive amounts of unstructured datasets in a short time and extract useful information, discern patterns and carry out actions based on the analysis.
Topics: market research, machine learning market research, AI in market research, artificial intelligence market research, AI in MR, virtual panels, virtual moderators, predictive sampling, dynamic incentive management, natural language processing market research, AI in community management