Remove Uncertainty with Comprehensive Company Information to Achieve Real Insight
Posted on 02-28-2018 by Lindsey Lambert

Are you tasked with managing your organization’s research on the companies that matter to them? Potential new clients? Investments? Partnerships? It can be daunting and time consuming especially if you’re not confident in your less-than-trusted... Read More

PR crisis management: What to do when a tweet seems to tank your stock values
Posted on 02-28-2018 by Alyssa Vorhees

Could a negative tweet from a celebrity send a social media company values plummeting? How about rampant complaints aimed at a fast food company? Based on events last week, the answer depends a lot on the PR crisis response. Consider two events from last... Read More

3 Trends Nonprofits Can Use to Boost Fundraising Effectiveness
Posted on 02-28-2018 by Lindsey Lambert

The first quarter of the year is a time for reflection and resolutions—and that applies to organizations as well as individuals. Not surprisingly, experts in fundraising and nonprofits have taken the process to heart by providing their own insights... Read More

Rise in Donations Means Universities Need First-Class Due Diligence
Posted on 02-23-2018 by Lisa Thompson

Universities in the United States received a record $43.6 billion in donations from individuals, companies and organisations in 2017. But recent scandals show that universities must not neglect due diligence on the source of these donations. ... Read More

2 in 3 countries have “high corruption burden”: Transparency International
Posted on 02-22-2018 by Lisa Thompson

The world’s most corrupt countries have been revealed in Transparency International’s 2017 Corruption Perceptions Index. The big movers in this year’s index are the UK, whose score has improved by eight points since 2012, and Australia... Read More

Going for Gold: Research Can Help Investments Pay Off in the Winter Games
Posted on 02-20-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Every four years, the world turns its attention to the winter or summer games, hoping to be inspired by stories of struggle and strife, triumph and personal success. This also means that global brands are ramping up to spend advertising dollars in the... Read More

Taking Stock: UN World Day of Social Justice and Corporate Social Responsibility
Posted on 02-20-2018 by Lisa Thompson

The relationship between social injustice—and those who turn a blind eye to it—has been recognized by great minds across the ages. “Your silence is consent,” said Plato 24 centuries ago. “He who does not oppose evil, commands... Read More

Want better Research Insights? Do these 3 Things...
Posted on 02-12-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Ready to remove the roadblocks to real results in 2018? It’s simpler than you think. As you plan for this year, you know that your customers are going to want financial insights that help them grow. But how do you ensure you’re giving them... Read More

Who is Influencing Your Audience and How Do You Engage Them
Posted on 02-09-2018 by Alyssa Vorhees

Before social media—and even in its early days—word of mouth advertising (WOMA) relied heavily on family and friend networks, but the rise of social media influencers has changed the WOMA game. Now, popular YouTubers, Instagrammers and bloggers... Read More

Anti-corruption head reveals insights on anti-bribery and corruption risk
Posted on 02-08-2018 by Korinne Bressler

For our recurring Q&A series, we spoke with Patrick Moulette, Head of the Anti-Corruption Division at the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development). He shares how the legislative landscape has changed since countries signed the... Read More

3 Easy Research Steps to Minimize Social Media Panic
Posted on 02-01-2018 by Korinne Bressler

Are your executives, clients or other stakeholders in an uproar because of something they read on social media—that ultimately turned out to be untrue? And do you have to add extra research to your workload to help counteract the frenzy? If so... Read More