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Canadian Viewpoint remains committed to the health and wellness of its employees, our partners, and our community

In the face of COVID-19, Canadian Viewpoint remains committed to the health and wellness of its employees and our community, as well as ensuring business continuity for our clients, vendors, and partners. Canadian Viewpoint has multiple lines of business, each … Continue reading

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How To Use Word Clouds Properly Within a Marketing Research Report

Word clouds are commonly used to visualize textual data from focus groups and interview transcripts, or verbatims from questionnaires. If you’ve read anything in the data visualization or user design literature, you’ve noticed that they have a bad reputation. But … Continue reading

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Ten Most Useful Canview Posts of 2019

As providers of a wide range of data collection and fieldwork methodologies, our blog helps clients trying to solve many different marketing problems. From new product development to package design and usability testing, researchers need to stay on top of … Continue reading

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Design Thinking for Market Researchers

The term Design Thinking can be intimidating. You’ve probably heard it used in lofty, high level terms times by highly creative people. But Design Thinking isn’t just for creative people building innovative new products. It’s an extremely relatable way of … Continue reading

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How to write open-ended questions that lead to actionable insights

Whether you conduct interviews, discussion boards, focus groups, shop-alongs, questionnaires, or something else, open-ended questions are the most powerful questions that researchers have in their toolbox. The value they generate is undeniable. Let’s work through some of the pros and … Continue reading

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It’s not easy to write a questionnaire and this is the proof

If you’re reading this post, chances are you know how to write. You’ve been writing your name since you were 4 years of age and you’ve been writing well composed sentences since you were about 10 years of age. Of … Continue reading

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7 ways market researchers can expense a summer holiday to Bali, Indonesia

If you’ve been burning the midnight oil, I think we can agree that a vacation to an amazing place like Bali is necessary. But it’s not necessarily cheap. Fortunately, we’ve come up with 7 reasons your employer should pay for … Continue reading

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It’s A Matter of Life or Death: Applications of Medical Market Research

Unlike a lot of consumer research, market research conducted in the healthcare space has very real life or death consequences.Packages that are misread or misunderstand, or packages that are difficult to open or manipulate reduce treatment compliance from both patients … Continue reading

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Decreasing Data Precision to Achieve Increased Sample Sizes: A bold, wise move from Statistics Canada

Statistics Canada recently announced a trial usage of Random Tabular Adjustment, RTA in their publicly released datafiles (read the academic paper by Mark Stinner here). RTA is a fancy name for a fairly simple process that will give external researchers … Continue reading

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How to design market research telephone interviews that generate top quality data

Despite the massive success of online surveys and the growing use of chatbot and artificial intelligence voice surveys, telephone surveys continue to be a popular research methodology. Whether you need qualitative or quantitative data, a telephone call is a great … Continue reading

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