YouGov speaks at a wide range of industry events that take an in-depth look at important current issues. Recent discussions have looked at the 2016 US Presidential Election, Brexit, consumer perceptions of brands, Asia football landscape and many more. YouGov works with various organisations to deliver events and recent partners including the British Chamber of Commerce and the American Chamber of Commerce.
Each event centres around research from YouGov’s BrandIndex, Omnibus, Profiles, Influencer Index and some custom research.
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Brightcove presents Indonesia Video Streaming Forum 2018 featuring the OTT Video Trends and Insights for 2018. Learn about the strategies for media companies and advertisers around OTT, Live Streaming, OTT Advertising and Brand Safety.
CASBAA’s annual OTT Summit will help you better understand the business of Over-The-Top TV. Learn more about OTT video services and take a look at OTT Content, Business Models, Regulation, Piracy and the latest Tech. Listen to industry experts deliver innovative case studies and uncover how broadcasters, OTT players and telcos are shaping the future of TV.
Themed as “The Future of TV - Trends, Consumer Research and OTT Advertising”, Video Streaming Forum 2018 Hong Kong is a special breakfast event, curated by Brightcove to bring together industry speakers to share their insight into trends and issues impacting media companies and advertisers.
GS1 Hong Kong Summit is a unique platform for sharing the latest omni-channel commerce trends and strategies, inspire ideas on transforming into a digital-first, customer-centric organisation with fully integrated omni-channels. Join YouGov’s Head of Greater China, Cindy Chan, at the panel discussion session which looks into omni business transformation leading to excellence.
Global research firm Yougov, in partnership with WE Communications, will uncover a new metric of brand performance, debunking the value of brand positioning. The research includes a focus on China and the United Kingdom, looking across eight brand categories and 30 brands within each country.