It’s more important than ever for credit counsellors to understand not only the social values that shape their clients’ overall worldviews, but the behavioural economics factors that drive in-the-moment decisions.
Our recent research suggests widespread feelings of confidence and goodwill that will likely help Canadians navigate this period of change
Environics Research, on behalf of the Durham Regional Police Services Board, conducted a public consultation to inform the process for appointing the Region’s Next Chief of Police.
The report looks at the Canadian context and puts it in a global perspective, with comparisons to 12 other countries provided by Environics’ research partners in the IRIS network.
Environics Research supports TPSB in comprehensive public consultations with Toronto residents & stakeholders for City’s next Chief of Police
The Digital Economy Segmentation provides us with a deeper understanding of the values, motivations and attitudes that drive consumers’ life context and decision-making influences based on their orientations and engagement with technology in the modern digital world.
We partnered with Amazon Advertising for a study that highlights the increasing importance of customer trust for brands as Canadians begin to readapt to their normal lives.
Now, over a year into the pandemic, employers and employees’ focus has shifted from adapting to changes to improving their mental and physical wellbeing and planning for the many permanent changes the pandemic has started.
Our 2021 research study report breaks down six dimensions of frictionless commerce that brands need to deliver on, in order to build loyalty and affinity among consumers.