Understand the market - with the help of EOS surveys
Conducting research in your interest
We are experts in our field. By increasing our knowledge and exchanging ideas, we are able to provide efficient client services that undergo constant improvement.
EOS studies provide us with a regular overview of the current market situation in different countries. In cooperation with established and independent market research institutes, we have been questioning companies and end customers since 2003. This is how we obtain verifiable, transparent and comparable facts and figures about our entire spectrum of activity.
In addition to conducting primary studies, we also analyze our in-house data on a regular basis.
Our results help us to offer you market-oriented services. And to optimize the synergies from client relations.
European payment practices 2012
For the fifth time in a row, independent market research institute Ipsos has surveyed 2200 companies located in ten different countries on behalf of EOS to determine local payment practices. 200 companies in each country surveyed—Great Britain, Spain, Greece, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Poland and Belgium—plus 400 companies in Germany, responded to questions about their payment experiences, economic development within their countries and the topics of risk management and receivables management.
EOS Ten Nations Survey 2011 ‘European Payment Practices’
In spring 2011, in cooperation with the independent market research organization Ipsos, the EOS Group asked a total of 2200 companies in ten countries about prevailing payment practices in their respective countries.
EOS Ten Nations Survey 2010 ‘European Payment Practices’
EOS, in cooperation with the independent market research organization Ipsos, asked a total of 2,200 companies in ten countries about the payment practices prevailing in their local country.
European Payment Practices 2009
In order to conduct the Payment Practices Survey 2009, the EOS Group, in collaboration with the independent market research organization Ipsos, questioned 1200 companies in five European countries.