Network Survey Roundup: Volume I
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The world changes quickly, and quantitative data can inform our perspectives and help us better understand complex markets and audiences. Toward that end, GLG regularly conducts targeted surveys to provide timely insights on the most topical themes impacting business today.
We call these Network Surveys.
Survey topics range from category trends to supply chain changes, market sizing and diligence, brand perception, to much more. GLG’s experienced researchers partner with expert Network Members to develop detailed survey questions that uncover deep market insights.
Below is a selection of recent Network Survey data points. Every month we’ll provide three to five data points from multiple markets for a quick look into the work we’re doing to bring insights to light.
Network Survey — Inflation in the U.K.
U.K. inflation came in at an annual 5.5% in January, slightly ahead of forecasts and remaining at a 30-year high. Prior to the reporting of these numbers, GLG conducted a survey of 50 senior executives at U.K. businesses within various sectors. We asked them about the impact of Brexit, interest rates, the factors driving inflation, and the likely impact on their industry.
Among these questions, we asked them to rank the factors influencing price increases. Here’s what they told us:
Network Survey — Retail Supply Chain Disruption
As 2021 closed, and the Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus hit, supply chains faltered, and retail stores felt the impact. GLG surveyed 35 senior U.K. retail executives within the fashion/apparel, home/DIY, electronics/media, and furniture/appliances spaces.
Here’s what they told us when we asked them about their challenges receiving stock:
Network Survey — Impact of COP26 & Net Zero
In the U.K., government has laid out a Net Zero Strategy that aims to reduce emissions to net zero by 2050. At the same time, at the recent United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow (known as COP26), a group of more than 20 governments and financial institutions agreed to stop funding new overseas fossil fuel projects with public money by the end of 2022.
To understand more about this topic, GLG conducted a survey of 75 executives across the U.K., France, Italy, Spain, and Germany. Here’s what they said when we asked them about the impact it would have on their industry.
Network Surveys — Cryptocurrency Trends
According to some reports, the global cryptocurrency market size is expected to hit US$2.2 billion in 2026. To find out more about this market, GLG surveyed 70 senior executives within the financial services industry in the U.S., U.K., Italy, France, Spain, and Germany.
Here’s what they told us when we asked them about their changing views on cryptocurrency.
Network Surveys — European Airlines COVID-19 Recovery
The COVID-19 pandemic had an outsized impact on many industries, including the airline industry. To find out more about this market, GLG surveyed 50 airline executives in the U.K., Germany, France, Italy, and Spain.
Here’s what they told us when we asked them about when they expect the timing of the airline industry’s recovery.
About GLG Network Surveys
GLG’s Network Surveys administer research on market-moving topics and trends, surveying relevant subject matter experts. Each survey focuses on a specific industry, and respondents have in-depth expertise about the latest developments in that industry. To ensure that the survey’s focus is relevant to the panellists, our Network Surveys team partners with a GLG expert with deep industry knowledge to write the questionnaire. GLG currently runs approximately 12 Network Surveys every month.
The standard deliverables for our Network Surveys include:
- 1 x individual responses (“raw data”) in Excel.
- 1 x PPT report with aggregated data.
- For selected topics: executive summary with key takeaways and conclusion.
- For selected topics: in-depth PowerPoint report of survey findings presented by the Network Member via webcast (optional).
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