Kantar Futures Blog

Category: digital

The future of payments

digital, economics, financial services, future, technology, virtual

The future of payments

Andrew Curry writes: I was invited earlier this month to speak on the future of payments at the Digital Money Forum in London, now in its thirteenth year and as… Read More »

The appeal of the local

customer service, digital, insight, politics, trust

The appeal of the local

Alex Oliver writes: I was lucky enough to present some of our current insight about trust and decision-making, especially at a local level, to a group of local government leaders… Read More »

Making it real

digital, media, television, virtual

Making it real

Andrew Curry writes: It’s become a cult on the web since Tiger Woods crashed his car in mysterious circumstances last weekend, but this CGI-enhanced report from Taiwanese television of the… Read More »

Talking about Millennials and progress

consumers, digital, economic downturn, innovation, millennials

Talking about Millennials and progress

Yannis Kavounis, the head of our Millenials Knowledge Venturing team, talks to Tom Ding Tom: Yannis, I have been meaning to ask you about Millenials and the recession… Yannis: Recession,… Read More »

Still trusting Twitter

digital, politics, technology

Still trusting Twitter

Oliver Wright writes: Since my last post on the role Twitter is playing in relation to more traditional media, a couple of events have highlighted how Twitter, and social media… Read More »

Some good things we’ve seen # 1

cities, design, digital

Some good things we’ve seen # 1

Compiled by Tom Ding The first of an occasional column: Passed around the office lately were: A brilliant presentation on the “past and future” of city magic by Matt Jones… Read More »

Recession 2.0

communities, consumers, customer service, digital, economic downturn, financial services, personal finance

Recession 2.0

Giles Powdrill writes: “A powerful global conversation has begun. Through the Internet, people are discovering and inventing new ways to share relevant knowledge with blinding speed. As a direct result,… Read More »

The long and the short

digital, politics

The long and the short

Tom Ding writes: I was fortunate enough to attend two thought-provoking, yet decidedly different events recenty: a four-day WPP training course and a conference on the Labour Party and Web2.0.… Read More »

Trusting Twitter

digital, media, technology, Uncategorized

Trusting Twitter

Oliver Wright writes: The noise of Twitter has reached a crescendo over the past couple of months, partly because of its role in sharing and even breaking news. The fact… Read More »