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UK Insights
Future Proof: Are social influencers worth the investment?

Vlogger Lucy Moon talks all things influencer, in this new marketing podcast from Kantar & Saïd Business School.

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Brexit worries start to focus on NHS

UK voters are getting more concerned about what leaving the EU would do to standards of healthcare, finds Kantar Public

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How the UK uses social media

To celebrate social media day (30 June 2018), we’ve gathered some of the top insights from across Kantar on how the UK is engaging with social channels…

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Future Proof: Can brands use technology to become more ‘human’?

Dr Rhonda Hadi discusses the new age of sensory marketing, in this marketing podcast from Kantar & Saïd Business School.

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Vinyl sales continue to grow in the UK

Many people may not even have the means to play them, but vinyl records are still pretty popular, says Kantar data.

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Huawei cracks the British smartphone market

The latest smartphone OS data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows Android growing in Great Britain, largely thanks to Huawei products.

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Luke Taylor is Head of Social and Political Attitudes at Kantar Public.

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Fraser McKevitt, Head of Retail and Consumer Insight at Kantar Worldpanel, is an expert in ever ch…

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Jane Ostler leads the UK team’s work on media and digital effectiveness evaluation with publishers,…

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Latest Stories

This week sees the annual weigh-in at London Zoo, the start of Notting Hill Carnival and GCSE results released. What else is happening?

UK voters are getting more concerned about what leaving the EU would do to standards of healthcare, finds Kantar Public

Many people may not even have the means to play them, but vinyl records are still pretty popular, says Kantar data.

As well as being English Curry Week, this week sees students receive their A-Level results.

Kantar Worldpanel data shows that the breakfast category is back in growth once again, with eggs and cereal rising in popularity.