Data for Good: Building Charity Awareness Across Russia’s FMCG Consumers

This year, Nielsen Russia launched a pro bono Data for Good project for the Life Line charity foundation, which helps children with dangerous diseases by funding high-technology surgeries and medical research. For the project, we primarily wanted to help Life Line learn more about its supporters and then develop stronger connections with them.

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Nielsen Recognized for Third Consecutive Year on Stock Indices for Leading Companies

Nielsen has again been included in both the FTSE4Good Index and the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index (DJSI). While these are two rankings in a sea of information on corporate environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance, we are proud of this recognition as a reflection of our commitment to continuous improvement across all aspects of how we manage ESG areas that matter to our stakeholders and our collective success over the long term.

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Nielsen Brandbank Gains GS1 Recognition for Providing Quality-Certified Health & Beauty Data in the Netherlands

Data quality and trust are a huge part of Nielsen’s value proposition, which is why Nielsen is thrilled to announce that Nielsen Brandbank is the first data management service to be recognized by GS1, a global non-profit standards organization, for its ability to capture data certified for quality within the health and beauty sector in the Netherlands.

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Nielsen Shares Thoughts on What Comes After the 2020 U.S. Census at Reuters Newsmaker Event

Nielsen’s Christine Pierce, SVP Data Science, was on stage in New York City at a Reuters Newsmaker event to talk about the importance of accuracy and integrity for the upcoming U.S. Census in 2020. Nielsen believes the inclusion of a citizenship question could lead to inaccuracies in the underlying data—inaccuracies that could have a significant impact on businesses who rely on the data to make material decisions each day.

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Trust and Transparency Lead the Way in Nielsen’s Latest Non-Financial Materiality Assessment

With data at the center, alongside trust, transparency, and diversity and inclusion as other bedrock areas of importance for Nielsen, this latest update underscores the inherently interconnected nature of the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) areas that matter most to our business and our stakeholders over the long term; our new visual representation highlights how these strategic areas naturally overlap.

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Measuring the Impact of Climate Change

There is no denying the clear and measurable effects of climate change, and organizations around the globe are starting to assess the impact of the changing environment on their operations, align on recommendations for how companies can take strategic action on climate change and encourage increased climate-related disclosures. Nielsen is no exception; we acknowledged the […]

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