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“Additional interviews involving a particular sub-group of a sample to ensure there are sufficient members of the sub-group in the resulting sample.” – Insights Association glossary Let’s consider an example. Suppose you are conducting a nationally representative study of an … Continue reading
Do you know whether frozen turkeys, beer, or fresh salads can take advantage of the In-Home Usage Test methodology? (Yes, they all can!) Or when to use an IHUT vs Cental Location Testing? Or how many extra products to request … Continue reading
Packaging is a double-edged sword. It makes single serve food, beverages, and meals-to-go more practical and convenient. It facilitates safe and speedy transportation from producer to buyer. It helps shoppers quickly identify the products they need and want. At the … Continue reading
The Value Is More Than The Nitty Gritty Details: Launching High Quality IHUTS and Product Tests for Marketing Research Studies
DIY has been a hot topic in the market research space for a number of years, ever since the first truly user-friendly questionnaire design tool was developed. Though DIY is a fabulous way for experienced researchers to get their results … Continue reading
In the market research industry, 2018 will forever be known as the arrival year for AI and blockchain (Well done on the first patent, 20/20 research!) In Canada, we also got to witness the birth and growth of a brand-new … Continue reading
Donuts delivered and popcorn procured: What does a fieldwork company think about food delivery services?
There’s nothing new about food delivery. We’ve been ordering pizza delivered to our front doors for decades and it usually arrives pretty hot within 40 minutes or so, depending on whether you’ve got 1 inch or 3 meters of snow … Continue reading
Creating effective packaging to display products on a shelf is not as simple as stuffing a few handfuls of macaroni into a plastic bag or a box. A great package is functional, accessible, attractive, unique in its own right, and … Continue reading
From field to lab to virtual research methods: How to choose the right degree of external validity for your product shelf-test
Consumers don’t usually consciously think about their process of picking an item off the store shelf but market researchers do. Shelf-tests help researchers better understand that process, particularly when the consumer decision seems arbitrary or illogical. This type of research … Continue reading
Cannabis is just a few months away from being legal for recreational use in Canada which means companies and brands will soon have to consider how it might interact with their current line of products and services.Would incorporating cannabis be … Continue reading