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Beth Depatie Joins Canadian Viewpoint as Call Centre & Project Manager

February 6, 2019, Markham: Beth Depatie has joined the Canadian Viewpoint team as Call Centre & Project Manager.In this role, Beth will be responsible for managing our Markham call centre operations, including managing day-to-day activities, ensuring telephone research projects are … Continue reading

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Marketing Research Essentials: How to Reduce the Risks of Marketing Innovation Through Consumer Research

Like the academic strategy of “Publish or Perish,” consumer brands often have a strategy of “Innovate or Die.” Many companies see product and service innovations as one of the most important paths to long-term business success. With innovation being a … Continue reading

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Pink Toast and Other Top Market Research Posts from 2018

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

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An ounce of fatigue prevention is worth a pound of data quality

Survey fatigue has been a hot topic ever since panel companies solved the problem of putting surveys online (CanView has been doing online research for more than two decades and offline research for nearly four decades!). It became really easy, … Continue reading

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Research and Analytics Dashboards: Creating quality visualizations

In a previous post, Research and Analytics Dashboards: From idea to design, we talked about the key components for planning a research data dashboard including knowing your audience, focusing on key metrics, and organizing the components into meaningful stories.In this … Continue reading

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Research and Analytics Dashboards: From Idea to Design

As delightful as a 100-page report is, especially when it’s tracker results delivered 4 or more times per year, sometimes creating a custom dashboard is the only logical way to present research results. A well-designed dashboard makes it vastly easier … Continue reading

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Market Research Myths: Market research is questionnaires

This is a fortunate myth!Quantitative questionnaires are certainly one of the most common techniques used by market and social researchers. They have a prime advantage of allowing researchers, brand managers, market managers, and others who wish to understand their consumers … Continue reading

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Market Research Myths: Public data offers everything we need

Public data is a valuable resource for market and social researchers. For those who have limited budgets, public data may form the bulk of data available to them. On the other hand, even researchers who have commendable budgets eagerly wait … Continue reading

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The good, the bad, and the ugly of the NPS score

The Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a common metric used by management to gauge customer relationships. It consists of a single question that asks about likelihood to recommend. But there is wide disagreement about whether the Net Promoter Score is … Continue reading

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Can market researchers ditch the p-value?

Among quantitative researchers, p-values are a much desired yet disputed topic. P-values help us by identifying the likelihood that two (or more) numbers in our research results would be different by chance, thereby allowing us to identify which products and … Continue reading

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