Ted leads the BrandIndex global business unit and is responsible for sales, marketing and ongoing product development of the global BrandIndex service. He has more than 15 years of experience in the market research, media and CPG industries.
Prior to joining YouGov, Ted was Senior Vice President, Corporate Development at The Nielsen Company where he developed global strategy and launched innovative services related to loyalty marketing, in-store media and the financial services industry.
Prior to Nielsen, Ted was a senior associate in the New York office of Booz | Allen | Hamilton where he consulted to senior executives of major media companies, including Universal Studios, EMI, MTV, Reuters, EM.TV and Primedia.
Ted earned an MBA, with honors, in Finance and Management at New York University and a BA, magna cum laude, in Economics and Philosophy, from Boston College. Ted has served on the board of directors of innovative market research companies, such as GuestMetrics and The Luxury Goods Intelligence Network.
Many Americans are ready and willing to take a seat in a fast-food restaurant. According to a new YouGov survey of more than 1,200 Americans, a quarter (25 percent) are willing to dine in at a fast food restaurant in the next 30 days, while another 17 percent are willing to head inside their favorite fast-food restaurant in the next three months.
“The Lovebirds” was the most anticipated film this week amongst YouGov Direct users. Of those who took the survey 77 percent were already aware of the film and 32 percent of users said they were already likely to see the movie before watching the trailer. That number rose to 42 percent post trailer. The trailer was a particular hit with female audiences: 50 percent of YouGov Direct users who participate in trailer questions and identify as female said that they were likely to see this film, compared with 34 percent of those who identify as male.
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A look at this year’s top Super Bowl advertising performers - those with the biggest week-over-week jump in Ad Awareness -- shows brands stuck to the basics, mostly avoiding political or wedge issues
Planters sent Mr. Peanut packing -- and YouGov data shows it’s getting a lot of attention for it.
The global streaming service, Netflix, has topped YouGov’s annual US Buzz Rankings for the second consecutive year with a score of 29.2.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop wellness brand appears to be a hit. First, it was a newsletter. Then it was a wellness company. Now, it’s a Netflix show.
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Dunkin’s decision to eliminate foam coffee cups is probably good for the environment. It may also prove to be a deft business move. That’s because, by and large, coffee drinkers care about the environment, according to a new YouGov scale that measures how American consumers feel about sustainabili