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Bring Us Your Boats! Would your product or service be successful in the Canadian market?

Love it or hate it, Canada is famous for poutine, that ooey gooey concoction of piping hot gravy, thick-cut French fries, and fresh curd cheese. (Canadians know you have to use fresh curd cheese, the kind that was made this … Continue reading

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Disadvantages of Qualitative Market Research: Science, subjectivity, and sample sizes

In our previous blog post, we shared numerous advantages of qualitative research from its ability to let participants experience concept materials in greater detail, to serendipitous findings, and helping marketers understand the imperfect human being behind the data. Of course, … Continue reading

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See you at the Insights Association GLC Winter Conference

From January 17 to 19, 2018, the Great Lakes Chapter of the Insights Association will be holding their winter conference in Ft. Lauderdale. Not only does the location and venue look fabulous, the speaker line up looks excellent too! You … Continue reading

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Do you know: What are qualitative recruiters required to share with participants?

Asking people to be a part of qualitative research, whether that involves in-person interviews as part of a mall intercept or focus groups at central locations around the country, requires much more than simply getting a yes or no from … Continue reading

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The impact of Quebec and Ontario demographic differences on research design

By Kim StorerSome Canadian statistics are pretty easy to guess especially if you’re a resident.Though we may generalize and say that Ontario and Quebec are about the same size, the population of Ontario is actually about 70% larger. On the … Continue reading

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