Premise’s COVID-19 Snapshot: Italy

As cases of COVID-19 continue to skyrocket around the world, many are looking at Italy. Italy has quickly become the new epicenter of the pandemic, with over 63,927 cases (as of March 23, 2020, at 2:06 p.m. PST) and health officials are urging people to take social distancing actions or else end up in the

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What is Crowdsourcing and Why Should You Care?

What is Crowdsourcing? Crowdsourcing is a scalable process of solving problems by engaging a network of individual contributors (either digitally or physically) to complete a series of tasks or projects, solve an impending business problem, or gather, organize and analyze vast amounts of crucial business data for strategic implementation. Types of Crowdsourcing While there is

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Premise’s COVID-19 Snapshot: Work From Home

As the World Health Organization (WHO), along with other organizations like the CDC and medical professionals, urges the world to limit physical contact to help slow the spread of COVID-19 many (businesses are allowing or directing their employees) to use strategies like working from home to promote social distancing efforts. In some areas, ‘shelter in

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Premise’s COVID-19 Snapshot: Public Spaces

In recent days and weeks, you have probably heard terms like “social distancing.” “flatten the curve” and “self quarantine.” These concepts stem from recommendations by the World Health Organization (WHO), among other medical professionals, that one of the best ways to limit the number of infections and subsequent deaths is to slow down the spread

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The Economic Impact of COVID-19: An Initial Analysis from Premise

As cases of COVID-19 are discovered in new countries on a near-daily basis and expand rapidly within the United States, Premise has started surveying contributors worldwide—over 100,000 responses in the first week—to understand how their lives have been changed or otherwise impacted since the virus was first reported on December 31, 2019.  Premise launched its

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Premise Explores the Data Behind Global Awareness of COVID-19

Novel Coronavirus, now known as COVID-19, is a respiratory disease first detected in Wuhan City of the Hubei Province of China on December 31st, 2019. There are over 95,100 cases of COVID-19 globally with roughly 80,000 confirmed cases in mainland China and the illness has reportedly spread to over 75 other international locations.*  In the

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What Data Should Your Retail Execution Team Be Collecting?

The American CPG market is currently valued at $813B. Consumers face more options than ever, even with small scale, daily purchases; the overwhelming variety has contributed to a massive decrease in brand loyalty. Only 8% of global consumers self-identify as brand or product loyalists making “brand switching” an increasingly concerning consumer behavior. This behavior has

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Country Support Specialist: Majid

We are continuing our global workforce spotlight series (which includes our country support specialists (CSS’s) and country managers) with Majid from Herat, Afghanistan.  Our global workforce plays a huge role in our ability to manage hundreds of networks and thousands of Contributors across the globe. We asked Majid a few questions so that you can

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Brexit Finally Happened and Here’s What You Should Know

A year ago, Brexit was an idea still six weeks in the future and Premise asked 200 contributors their thoughts on the negotiations at the time, their confidence in the Prime Minister to deliver a Deal Brexit as well as other questions in advance of the March 29 deadline. The British people were facing an

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Primary Research: What’s it All About?

Typically, research can be broken down into two separate categories that define the source of the information being provided. Primary and secondary research are terms used to define the ways to obtain information, primary by means of gathering information directly from the source and secondary being gained by means of obtaining information that has been

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Will You Accept this Rose?

Come February 14 people in the United States and around the world are sharing their love with flowers, candy and other products from consumer goods companies. Every Valentine’s Day consumers spend a significant chunk of change in the United States on Valentine’s Day, and this year seems to be no different—the NRF is predicting record

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