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Behavioural Science2CV POV

2CV Invites Seminar: Young People, Happiness and Charities

How happy are the younger generation?  What makes them happy?  What does the mental state of millennials mean for the UK as they teeter on the brink of adulthood? 


Today's young people are the future of charity support.  2CV's Social Practice, inspired by numerous recent reports claiming young people today are the unhappiest they've ever been, wanted to look at the truth behind the headlines.  Building on the latest thinking in happiness research and drawing on some of our newest, most innovative qual and quant methodologies we conducted our own research to understand the mental states and moods of young people.

2CV Invites Seminar: Young People, Happiness and Charities
 
 
Behavioural ScienceChelle Watson

Going Green in the Workplace

Over recent years going green has hit the mainstream. We read about the melting ice caps in the papers, see ever-increasing numbers of natural disasters on the news, and hear the likes of  Leonardo DiCaprio claiming "Global warming is not only the number one environmental challenge we face today, but one of the most important issues facing all of humanity". Watch Dr Seuss' The Lorax and you will see how "green" has become embedded in pop culture; even among the young. 

Going Green in the Workplace
 
 
Behavioural Science2CV POV

How Happy are Today’s Young People?

The start of 2016 saw numerous headlines claiming young people today are the unhappiest they've ever been. 2CV's Social Practice decided it was time to conduct our own bespoke research to look at the truth behind these claims and find out from young people themselves how happy they are.  Using our most innovative qual and quant methodologies paired with new digital techniques we were able to capture key aspects of young peoples' lives and happiness, as and when they happened.  

How Happy are Today’s Young People?
 
 
Behavioural Science2CV POV

2CV Invites Seminar: 26th May 2016 -The Future of Happiness

How happy are today's young people?  What makes them happy?  What does the mental state of millennials mean for the UK as they teeter on the brink of adulthood? 

2CV Invites Seminar: 26th May 2016 -The Future of Happiness
 
 
Behavioural ScienceHannah Beech

Ethical Fashion: Looking Good and Feeling Good

We all try to 'do our bit' to live in a green, ethical and socially responsible way.  We cycle or walk to work rather than taking our cars, which reduces the detrimental impact of fumes on the environment.  We buy local, organic, fair trade food which protects local producers and decreases our carbon footprint, and limit our energy consumption which lessens the drain on our natural resources.   

Ethical Fashion: Looking Good and Feeling Good
 
 
 
Behavioural ScienceKat Jennings

Inspiring Behavior Change

A good advert can be magical; it can make you smile and warm your heart. But when trying to change behaviours that have serious outcomes - such as smoking, violence or unsafe and careless road use behaviours, there is temptation to take a more somber approach. 

Inspiring Behavior Change
 
 
Behavioural Science2CV POV

TfL, ORC International and 2CV win the MRS/AURA 2015 Award for Insight Management

The 7th December 2015 marked another successful night at the annual Market Research Society (MRS) Awards Ceremony, with TfL, ORC International and 2CV winning the prestigious Insight Management award. This is a fantastic result for the team who have worked in partnership with TfL and ORC International to deliver a programme of research activities that delve deep into the heart of customer experiences on London buses.  The judges said "We felt like a lot of big steps had been made at managerial level thanks to this research. This, combined with the amount of collaboration achieved in such a complex organisation, made it a clear winner."   

TfL, ORC International and 2CV win the MRS/AURA 2015 Award for Insight Management
 
 
Behavioural ScienceAmy Jones

Obesity, the New Normal?

There are a host of scary statistics floating around relating to the state of the nation's waistline. We can already see that 67% of men and 57% of women in the UK are overweight or obese, and among children this figure is 26% of boys and 29% of girls.  We are at a point where a greater proportion of the adult population in the UK is overweight than a healthy weight.  Whilst the issue is clear, the solution is a little murkier.

Obesity, the New Normal?
 
 
Behavioural ScienceAmy Jones

Top 3 Takeouts from London's BX2015 Behaviour Insights Conference

This year we were lucky enough to send 2CV-ers to London's inaugural BX2015 Behavioural Insights Conference, which took place on the 2nd & 3rd September.  BX2015 brought together leading behavioural insights experts with policy makers and practitioners to explore how they can make better and smarter policies that matter. Here is a quick summary of our top take-outs from the event…

Top 3 Takeouts from London's BX2015 Behaviour Insights Conference