Infographic: New Zealand early birds vs night owls

Posted by Emily Bing on August 11, 2017

Our new research findings show that the New Zealand early bird really does catch the worm!

The rich profiling data from Pureprofile between May and June 2017 has uncovered some interesting findings about New Zealanders' preferences for waking up early (early bird) or staying up late (night owl) and other attributes related to these types of people.

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Topics: Market Research, News, Infographic

Infographic: Early birds vs night owls

Posted by Pureprofile on July 27, 2017

Our new research findings show that the early bird really does catch the worm!

The rich profiling data from Pureprofile between May and June 2017 has uncovered some interesting findings about Australians' preferences for waking up early (early bird) or staying up late (night owl) and other attributes related to these types of people.

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Topics: Market Research, News, Infographic

Infographic: New research shows baby boomers and seniors set Olympic standard in tracking their fitness

Posted by Pureprofile on January 24, 2017

New research shows that fitness tracking devices are now not just for young healthy people undertaking strenuous physical activities. 

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Topics: Market Research, News, Infographic

Pureprofile named in Deloitte Technology Fast 50 awards

Posted by Pureprofile on November 23, 2016

Leading Provider Data, Insights, Programmatic and Lead Generation solutions Named among Fastest Growing Technology Companies in Australia

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Topics: News

Infographic: Australians expect economic fallout if Trump wins US election

Posted by Pureprofile on September 8, 2016

  • Over two-thirds of Australians support Hillary Clinton - only 15% for Trump.
  • One in five Australians expect Trump to secure US presidency.
  • Australian men are twice as likely to support Trump than women.
  • Top US policy areas are gun control, immigration and the economy.
  • Younger Australians most interested in US policy decision-making.

The majority of Australians anticipate a negative or very negative impact on the local economy if Donald Trump wins the US presidential election according to the latest research conducted by leading online research provider, Pureprofile.

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Topics: Trending Now, News, Infographic

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