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Pureprofile Limited (ASX: PPL or the Company) wishes to provide an update in response to the potential implications of COVID-19. On 28 February 2020, Pureprofile released its half-year results. As of the date of this announcement, the Company’s performance appeared consistent with the EBITDA guidance provided in the half-year results. However, with...

As the global population is facing an unprecedented health emergency, we’re all being asked to think carefully about the way we go about our normal daily activities. We spoke to 476 Australians on March 16, to find out about the measures they are taking to preserve their health and that of...

Originally published: Finder, 25 February 2020 Insurance can be a fantastic product when you need it but all too often you’re left wondering what you paid for when another uneventful year rolls by. Paying a premium when you doubt you’ll ever make a claim can feel like throwing money down the drain....

Originally published: eMarketer, 25 February 2020 The banking industry is becoming more complex with the rise of mobile and open banking, increased demand for real-time interaction and personalized services, as well as new regulations. A need for better experiences across channels has also resulted in unprecedented competition among banks and financial services...

Originally published: NSW Business Chamber Earlier this year, at the height of the bushfire crisis, Pureprofile conducted a survey for the NSW Business Chamber that uncovered valuable insights about the effect of the bushfires on tourism. The results revealed that two thirds of respondents had either cancelled or were thinking about cancelling...

This article first appeared in the Feb-April 2020  – CX,UX & Research Design -  of the Australian Market and Social Research Society’s publication Research News. ...

Originally published: The Advocate, 12 February 2020 More than half of couples fight and stress about money and nearly a third of people in relationships have lied to their partners about the cost of a purchase. That is according to new research for Tasmanian-based MyState Bank released in time for Valentine's Day on...

Originally published: Pet Product News, 11 February 2020 American households plan to spend about $751.3 million on gifts for their four-legged companions come Valentine’s Day, according to an online survey commissioned by New York-based Finder and conducted by Pureprofile. This is a 16 percent increase of $103.4 million from last year. About 27.6 million American...

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