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The possibilities for learning from consumers are nearly endless when you have a large national database and a team of experienced telephone recruiters. With 20 years of experience in market research recruitment, we offer a number of strengths to researchers working with consumers.
First, our knack for recruiting communicative respondents makes our work invaluable for researchers relying on in-depth and in-home discussions, ethnographies, friendship groups, and shop-along studies for insights. It is equally important for research being conducted on Zoom and other remote and online platforms.
Second, our national reach helps clients with multiple-city projects, simplifying communication, quota management, and quality control. We also maintain a national do-not-recruit list to avoid undesirables.
And third, when a study requires speaking with a company’s precious customers, researchers trust us to prepare the way for their interview or focus group with skill and polish.
Here are some examples of our work with consumers:
Keen on Jeans Shop-alongs
An iconic jeans manufacturer had some big ideas on revamping their in-store displays and labeling. They went right to the source, conducting video-taped shop-a-long interviews with algorithm-typed customers through retail stores all over the USA.
100 Brides Focus Groups
Brides-to-be with big budgets–up to $35K on the big day–discussed their wedding plans in focus groups in Atlanta, Chicago and Los Angeles to better inform a brides publication.
A technology innovator wanted an interviewing excursion in China and Japan with networked printing providers. They also wanted in-person interviews in the UK and onsite visits with users in LA. The real trick was that all segments needed to happen in the same space/time continuum. We generated partnerships with other recruiting firms in Europe and Asia and handled the USA ourselves. Everything came together as smooth as silk.
Millennials and Media Research Panel
A public television station wanted insights into planning programming for 20-somethings. A panel of Millennials was recruited to conduct bimonthly meetings with informative activities aimed to gain these insights.