Blog posts • Sep 12, 2012 19:12 BST
New elephant research reveals that despite the economic slowdown, 37% of Britons say they are holding firm and still supporting the charities they believe in – whilst only 12% have stopped giving money to charity altogether.
Blog posts • Jul 01, 2012 11:18 BST
Around two thirds of adults still enjoy monthly treats, set against the economic slowdown and pressure on the household budget, according preliminary findings from our new edition of Austerity Britain, out later this month.
Blog posts • Apr 19, 2012 07:36 BST
The second quarterly edition of our Footprints issues reports is out this week. Looking beyond the attention-grabbing big stories of the day, Footprints offers a personal view from elephant team members on a selection of current affairs issues and news stories that have interested the team over the last 12 weeks.
Blog posts • Apr 04, 2012 18:00 BST
The new elephant website has gone up at www.elephantcommunications.co.uk and gives a flavour of what we are about, with a focus on our guiding principles. It also has a link to our mynewsdesk activity and news. Do have a look, we'll be adding videos and blogs in a few weeks time.
Blog posts • Apr 02, 2012 07:00 BST
The emergence of free newspapers has boosted the popularity of print-based news in the Capital, with more full-time workers saying they follow London news from a free newspaper (44%) during the working day than those that would follow news online from a computer (34%) or tablet (5%) during the working day.
Blog posts • Feb 16, 2012 09:20 GMT
Looking for that light bulb moment? This week elephant communications is launching its creative offer – a range of six new quick-turnaround services designed to give PR teams easy and cost-effective access to high quality consultants that can help refresh thinking, injecting new ideas and energy into a PR campaign.
Blog posts • Feb 07, 2012 07:59 GMT
Britons have started 2012 wanting to ‘read up’ on a range of serious topics when following the news. Key three topics that people wanted to learn more about in the news comprised world affairs, how to stay afloat financially and UK political debate.
Blog posts • Jan 31, 2012 15:03 GMT
February sees a number of further research sessions from elephant communications, including its first 2012 university lectures, which start next week.
Blog posts • Jan 27, 2012 17:06 GMT
Insights into the coping strategies of consumers during a tough economic climate were today revealed at the research double-bill event at the Institute of Directors in Central London. In the last three days, more than 70 organisations attended the free insight events run by elephant communications and HPI.
Blog posts • Jan 20, 2012 22:32 GMT
One of a number of new research studies for 2012, the new ‘footprints’ series offers our take on some of the issues and news stories of the last few months that we think have an interesting footprint for the future. In contrast to the market research focus of our other research series, footprints is about ideas.
Blog posts • Jan 16, 2012 21:02 GMT
Growth seems to be the big word at the moment. What are its new levers? Where will it come from? What is the role of business? As part of our Austerity Britain research, which will be published next month, we commissioned a snapshot poll to get the public’s take on which one factor they thought would do the most to create growth in the British economy.
Blog posts • Jan 06, 2012 18:35 GMT
Following high levels of demand for the three research 'super-seminar' events that elephant communications and HPI Research announced for January 2012, which are now fully booked, an additional fourth London session is being scheduled for February 2012.
Blog posts • Jan 03, 2012 22:56 GMT
This month work is underway on two new research series for 2012. 'Austerity Britain' is a new quarterly probe that will draw on UK polling data to track how a range of demographic groups are coping with cost of living hikes and explore how this is shaping their views on a range of national and local issues.