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4 November 2014

Facebook bridges SA gender divide

Facebook is the first high-tech service or platform in South Africa that has seen exactly equal take-up by males and females. This is one of the fascinating findings contained in the SA Social Media...

3 July 2014

Women key to SME success

A small business owned by a women has a better chance of being profitable than one run by a man. That is one of the startling findings of SME Survey 2014, the annual study of factors behind the...

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25 July 2012

Mobile data slices voice

Internet demand is slicing into networks’ voice revenues as adult South African cellphone owners increasingly adjust their budgets for data use. The Mobility 2012 research study, conducted by World...

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Research in Action

28 July 2014

Location, location, location – it still matters

City slickers really do have it better than country folk, at least where the profitability of their businesses is concerned. That’s one of the surprise findings of SME Survey 2014, which has...

14 May 2014

Govt support improves for SMEs

Government support programmes for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are finding resonance with many organisations in their target audience. According to SME Survey 2014, more than half of the SMEs...

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World Wide Worx conducts industry-relevant market research on trends in information technology, telecommunications and strategic business challenges. ...

Strategy

We leverage our market research and trends analysis in strategic analysis and strategy development to assist clients with technology decision support....

WebAgility

We conduct web site audits, benchmarks and evaluations using the Webagility system, along with a unique Digital Quotient

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World Wide Worx publishes the online consumer technology magazine Gadget, among several online and e-mail publications that focus on WWW's core areas ...

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We provide talks, presentations, workshops and seminars on trends and strategies, drawing on our primary research, along with global and local trends....

World Wide Worx is South Africa's leading independent technology market research organisation. It is headed by Arthur Goldstuck, a pioneer in the South African market in the use of the Internet as a tool for productivity. He developed the first South African benchmarks for website strategy, and has represented South Africa as a judge for events ranging from the International Advertising Festival in Cannes to the Global Mobile Awards at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. World Wide Worx research is used by international, regional and local organisations, corporations and universities.

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