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National Portrait Gallery signs new contract with Ipsos Retail Performance


Long-standing client, the National Portrait Gallery, has renewed its footfall counting contract with Ipsos Retail Performance for another year.

The deal will see the continued implementation of Ipsos Retail Performance’s ’Shopper Count’ solution, enabling the National Portrait Gallery to measure customer trends on an hourly, daily, weekly, and year-on-year basis.

Dr Tim Denison, director of retail intelligence at Ipsos Retail Performance said, “We are delighted that the National Portrait Gallery has renewed its contract for another year. Having worked together for over 17 years, we have built a good working relationship with the team at the Gallery and their needs.

“We are excited by the prospect of extending the service we provide the Gallery, helping them to understand more about the popularity of their unique site.”

Ipsos Retail Performance also operates in the retail sector, offering additional services including customer journey tracking, queue management and in-store behavioral research.


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