Ipsos North America

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  • Full Speed Ahead: A Lightning Fast Case Study

    Full Speed Ahead: A Lightning Fast Case Study

    Marketing

    Even with the best planned research program, new questions and opportunities come up every day. Ipsos Fact Track surveys are adapted for mobile interviewing, and allow companies to make decisions based on consumer input rather than on guesstimates,...     

  • Global @dvisor

    Global @dvisor

    Public Affairs

    Ipsos Global @dvisor Monthly Syndicate Service is a 24 country, online, monthly syndicated research service used to generate information for media and clients. Every month, we complete 500 to 1,000 online interviews per country.     

  • ASI:BrandShout

    Advertising

    ASI:BrandShout taps into the power of mobile to ask about brand experiences at the very moment they happen, letting you read how people react, respond, and interact with your brand – whenever and wherever those experiences occur.     

  • U.S. Omnibus Services

    Public Affairs

    At Ipsos, we offer regional, national, international or specialty group omnibuses. Our professional research staff provides their expertise in the development and/or fine-tuning of survey questions.     


News & Polls

Ipsos Delves Deeper into Digital with New Senior Vice President

9/29/2014
Seattle, WA – Ipsos is kicking its digital offering up a notch with the addition of Jake Dorn as Senior Vice President-Chief Client Director for Microsoft. His role will be to lead the organization, strategy and vision for Ipsos’...    

New Study Reveals the Most Active Province in Canada

9/30/2014
Toronto, ON – How active are today’s Canadians? Ipsos Reid, Canada’s market intelligence leader, asked scores of respondents about their fitness preferences, and overall, the results show that they are an active bunch. A new study...     

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WARNING: STORE EVALUATOR SCAM NOTICE

Ipsos would like to warn you about a phishing scam that is periodically being perpetrated on individuals in the United States, in which a scammer posing as a legitimate market research firm will send you an email asking you to confirm personal information and offering a fee (often $180) per evaluation.
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