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Insights from Kantar TNS show how brands can build trust in a digital age... but generational attitudes differ. Part of our #FragmentNation series.
The concept of trust has usually been associated with stasis more than change. It brings up images of age-old, time-tested, large, solid brands and organisations with large and loyal user bases.
According to recent research from Kantar TNS, 91% of CEOs believe customer centricity is essential to driving business growth whilst only 19% of UK customers rate their brands as truly customer centric . It is our opinion that one of the key drivers behind this mismatch is the absence of senior leadership engagement with, and support for, CX programmes.
Two decades ago, mobile connectivity enabled underserved populations in emerging markets to leapfrog their way past the non-existent landline infrastructure.
Digital ad spend continues to rise, and is forecast to top $203bn in 2018 (GroupM, 2017). Yet despite continuing growth, many senior marketers from the most valuable global brands lack confidence in digital advertising’s ability to truly deliver against its great promise: to create seamless, personalised experiences online, in the crucial moments that matter between people and brands.
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Excess packaging, especially plastics, is causing widespread concern among the British public according to new research from Kantar TNS, whose survey of 1,260 Brits shows that 63% are concerned about reducing the amount of packaging they buy.