Revolutionizing the Retail Audit by Letting Customers Help Themselves

Industry disruption doesn’t happen overnight.   Customers are becoming more self-sufficient and empowered than ever with immediate access to information wherever they are, with tools like Premise. Today, we are excited to announce that we are extending that capability even further with a new self-service capability. Designed to put our customers in the driver’s seat of

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Ranked: The Most Popular Quick Service Restaurants in America

Millions of Americans eat at fast food restaurants every day—and they now have more options at their disposal than ever before. From french fries to coffee drinks, there’s a quick service restaurant that’ll satisfy almost any appetite. With all of these options, which fast food chains are the most popular among consumers? Using data from

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Cambodian, Malaysian, and Thai Sentiment: Reopening To Foreign Tourists

As vaccines become more widely available in the Asia-Pacific, countries are beginning to consider reopening their borders, including to tourists. Southeast Asian countries such as Cambodia, Malaysia, and Thailand have all either begun to reopen borders to foreign travelers, or have announced plans to do so in the near future. In November 2021, we surveyed

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Scaling the “New Partnerships Initiative”

Introduction to the “New Partnerships Initiative” In May of 2019, USAID developed the “New Partnerships Initiative” (NPI) to build a safer, healthier, and more prosperous world for people everywhere. NPI simplifies access to USAID resources and makes it easier for partners to bring forward their ideas and innovation. In simple terms, NPI helps USAID collaborate

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Topic Of The Week: Fried Chicken Sandwich

Last week, we introduced you to Premise’s newest feature: Topic of the Week. These tasks aim to provide a wide range of topics that everyone can find something to contribute to while never having to leave home.  For four weeks, we will be launching four surveys, each comprised of three questions, to learn more about

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Thanksgiving Dinner: Supply Chain Issues And Price Inflation

Amid well-publicized supply chain issues, Americans are bracing for a holiday shopping season afflicted by ongoing disruptions in shipping, labor, and consumer prices. But will Thanksgiving be affected too? Will shoppers be met with empty grocery shelves as they prepare their Thanksgiving dinners, or is the supply chain crunch still in the future? Premise sent

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Topic of the Week: Favorite Holiday Drink In The US

With the US holiday season upon us again, the newest Premise Topic of the Week is coming in hot… and best enjoyed in a large mug next to a fire. This week, we asked Premise Contributors to tell us your favorite holiday drink. After nearly 17,000 responses from Contributors residing across the U.S., the findings

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Topic Of The Week: Streaming Services Survey

We are excited to present you Premise’s newest feature: Topic of the Week. We continue to work towards making our app a community that is exciting for you to be in. With our goal of leveraging our technology to empower communities to turn their opinions into a payday, we think Topic of the Week gets

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Maury Blackman: Prioritizing Contributor Safety Around The World

We at Premise are increasingly aware that our 3.5 million “Contributors,” the “gig” workers who complete Premise tasks across 125 countries around the world, have encountered situations that have put them at unforeseen risk; despite the fact that the tasks Contributors choose to undertake outside their homes are only those that are publicly available, publicly

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What 1,000 Nigerians Think about the Twitter Ban

In early June 2021, the Nigerian government placed a ban on Twitter after President Buhari’s tweets were deleted for violating the social media platform’s terms of service. A few months later, during a speech to mark the country’s 61st Independence Anniversary, the President announced that the government has been in negotiation with Twitter and he

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Tracking Perceptions of the Pandora Papers

When the Pandora Papers were published in early October, headlines around the globe were awash with stories about the more than 300 world leaders, politicians, and public officials implicated in the latest financial investigation from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).  The investigation, which involved journalists from more than 150 media outlets, uncovered examples

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Halloween Shopping Foreshadows Holiday Supply Chain Issues

US Consumers were ready to get back to their old habits this Halloween.  Premise tasked 1,000 parents with children 12 or under across the country to share their 2021 Halloween experience.  2021 Halloween Season It turns out they were trick or treating again – 72% of families in urban communities trick or treated this year,

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