The Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) ranks the world’s top theme/amusement parks, museums, and water parks by attendance and highlights industry trends.
BCG lists the top 50 most innovative companies in the world and provides best practices companies can follow to establish innovative cultures.
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Duke’s semi-annual survey collects the opinions of top marketers to predict the future of markets, track marketing spending, and improve the value of marketing in firms and society. Impact of COVID-19 on marketing departments are included.
MAGNA’s quarterly forecasts predicts global and U.S. ad spend for the year ahead.
The MPAA shares international and U.S./Canada box office sales, top films, moviegoer and home viewer demographics, and more in its annual report.
The World Happiness Report examines consumer well-being, life satisfaction, and quality of life in more than 150 countries.
The Lighthouse Company shares insights from its annual global survey of more than 600 C-Suite executives in the media, marketing, advertising and technology sectors.
Brand Finance determines the 500 most valuable and strongest brands in the world. Rankings by industry and country are available.
The Future Today Institute forecasts emerging technology trends that will influence the advertising, public relation, media, and journalism industries in the year ahead.
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Ipsos has released its latest global trends report discussing climate change, population, consumer inequity, the appeal of authenticity, simplicity, and nostalgia, geopolitical tensions, capitalism, peak globalization, technology, data, healthcare, and more.