International Trends and Global @dvisor

Ipsos Public Affairs has conducted years of global research in international trends. Supported by established products and backed by a global network of Ipsos experts, we are uniquely designed to help support the needs of the public and private sectors, agencies, organizations, and governments.

Never has reaching out to the world been this easy. We have a range of custom and syndicate research products and services that we utilize to help our clients gain better visibility into their business across the globe. You simply choose the countries you want to survey in, and our professional research staff will take care of the rest.

Our global research portfolio includes the following products and services:

Global @dvisor Monthly Syndicate Service

Every month, we complete 500 to 1,000 online interviews per country, with capabilities in 25 countries around the world. Clients can join in on any wave in whatever combination of one or more countries with their proprietary questions. Because Global @dvisor is already committed to fielding each month, significant cost savings can be realized. Fielding takes three weeks.

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Customized strategic research services

We undertake strategic research initiatives for a diverse number of Canadian, American, and international organizations. Tactical advice is the key deliverable. We provide our clients with advice that is based not only on data, but also on the issue and its context.

Ipsos Global Omnibus

With capabilities in 68 countries, our Global Omnibus provides the answers you’re looking for in a frequent, convenient and reliable schedule.

International Development and Public Diplomacy Research

Ipsos has expertise across a range of international development and public diplomacy program areas including: agriculture, civil society, conflict mitigation, democracy human rights and governance, economic growth and trade, education, finance and economic inclusion, environment and natural resources, human and institutional capacity development, population health and nutrition, gender, international diplomacy and cooperation, and humanitarian and disaster relief.