Step behind the scenes at PlumResearch to see what we’ve been working on. Here you’ll find the latest news and updates from the company as well resources that will keep you in the know.
The streaming wars are on, and it’s no surprise that Netflix came out of 2020 on top, with 36M new subscribers joining its service last year — which brought its worldwide total to 200M subscribers by the end of Q4. The largest surge in sign-ups occurred during the spring lockdown and at the end of the year.
To round out 2020, we took a close look at the ten series that spent the most weeks in the US Netflix top 10 this year with some surprising results.
PlumResearch received this year’s Data Specialist of the Year Award at the 2020–21 Corporate Livewire Prestige Awards for Poland, beating out stiff competition in the market.
Pulling back the curtain on global SVOD audience consumption is not an easy feat — few have attempted to build the robust panels required to get a comprehensive picture of audience engagement and behavior; many have failed.
“China, Korea, Japan and India are all on the table,” explains Lukasz Jeziorski, CEO and Founder of PlumResearch. “The biggest challenge is that every single one of them has a unique approach around consuming and serving content.”
This September, Lukasz Jeziorski joined host Danuta Isler for an episode of “Q and A” on Polskie Radio, a weekly English-language podcast exploring the top tech talent coming out of Poland.
This August, PlumResearch CEO and Founder Łukasz Jeziorski sat down with Forbes Poland to talk about how he launched PlumResearch, what gives his company an edge on the market, and why Plum is one of the hottest startups in Poland right now.