Ethnic Research - Asian-Americans
Providers 1 to 16 out of 16
(in randomized alpha order, starting with "C", after featured listings)
Phone: (718) 623-2266, Brooklyn, NY
Experts in multicultural and multi-market qual and quant studies for clients targeting U.S. and global markets or niche U.S. Asian populations...
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Phone: (312) 376-1250, Chicago, IL
Marketing Research for a Diverse America targeting Multi-cultural and General Market Audiences....
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Phone: (888) 680-1931, Miami, FL
CASA Demographics provides top quality market research of Hispanics and cultural minorities. Nationwide Recruitment, Fieldwork and Language Services....
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Phone: (212) 929-6933, New York, NY
Expertise in market, domestic & international research, qual or quant, along with NYCs most affordable focus group center and most diverse moderators....
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Phone: (281) 240-9646, Stafford , TX
Complete field service covering all of Texas. Large conference-style focus group rooms; one-way mirrors; large client viewing spaces. Taste tests...
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Phone: (480) 557-6666, Tempe , AZ
Complete field service covering Phoenix and surrounding areas. Large conference-style focus group rooms. One way mirrors; large client viewing spaces:...
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Phone: (818) 989-1044, Van Nuys, CA
One of America’s largest data collection/processing companies. 400 Web-CATI stations.Survent platform. Online, Multicultural, B2B, F2F & C-Sat....
Read more about Interviewing Service of America, Inc. »
Phone: (212) 679-4100, New York, NY
Full service Qual and Quant research firm covering the General, Ethnic and International markets. Beautiful, state-of-the-art facility in NYC. ...
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Phone: (310) 378-2388, Torrance, CA
Multicutural Solutions, Inc (MCS) is a leading ethnic marketing research and consulting firm specializing in ethnic market studies, particularly Asian...
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Phone: (718) 729-2622, Long Island City, NY
OAC is the one-stop-shop for market research data collection focusing on diverse data collection options for our culturally diverse community....
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Phone: (425) 271-2300, Renton, WA
Pacific is an independent, nationally-known market research firm. Strengths: international, social media & usability research, Spanish language CATI...
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Phone: (352) 336-6760, ext. 4012, Gainesville, FL
Nationwide 40-station CATI telephone survey and focus group bi-lingual recruitment center. Surveys, Field Interviews and Focus Groups across U.S....
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Phone: (877) 232-1005, Windsor Heights, IA
Quester® is a technology-driven market research firm, with innovative research designs. We are changing the world of research. Contact us today!...
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Phone: (310) 454-6842, Berkeley, CA
Experts with children/teens/parents; business professionals; students/educators; and Asian Americans. Creative, inspiring, actionable research....
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Phone: (626) 309-0532, San Gabriel, CA
Market research company that specializes in reaching multicultural segments, especially the Asian, African-American & Hispanic segments....
Read more about 361 Degrees Consulting, Inc. »
Phone: (877) 217-9800, Encino, CA
Proven, innovative online solutions for the market research industry....
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This article shares insights on using focus groups for testing new products or ideas, detailing the characteristics of a well-organized focus group. Highlights include cultural context for moderating focus groups with participants from Asian countries. Read White Paper »
Semiotic analysis is a tool for uncovering the meaning of symbols that can be used to find strengths and weaknesses of ad campaigns. This article demonstrates how cultural context changes the effect of advertising based on specific cultural codes. Read White Paper »
by Rhonda Scott, QRCA
Most people are willing to sit down and have serious discussions about issues that affect their communities if you invite them to the table. In addition to moderating focus groups, you become the field anthropologist/ethnographer able to explore cultural practices, generational differences, family and intra-cultural dynamics with your experts sitting right there with you. Read Article »
China consumption habits have started to move toward increasing maturity and sofistication. This is perceived as a tremendous opportunity for organic brands entering China and competition in this market is intensifying. Read Article »
by Karen Landmann, Landmann Consulting
Much has been written about the advantages to taking a psychological approach to qualitative market research. As well, there are many companies out there who specialize in “ethnic” market research. But what happens when the two intersect? Read Article »
An Eco Products Fair held in Tokyo demonstrated the high environmental engagement of Japanese consumers. Studies also show that global climate change is a top concern among the Japanese. Read Article »
Since the popularity of Facebook, Twitter and Youtube have grown dramatically over the past few years, there have been volumes of discussions about the influence of social web marketing for brands. In China, the buzz now is Sina Weibo. “Weibo” is a semantic translation of “micro-blog” and follows the same basic structure as Twitter but with several differentiating features. Read Article »
The high-end cosmetics industry in China is at an earlier stage of development than Western equivalents. This article covers the main product trends in the Chinese cosmetics market, what beauty means in China, and applicable distribution channels and opportunities. Read White Paper »
by Chang-Hoan Cho, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, John Holcombe & Daniel Murphy of Insights Marketing Group
Cultural background affects how consumers process advertising messages, and advertisers recognize the purchasing power of the diverse ethnic groups in the U.S. In this white paper, Insights Marketing Group delves into market research strategies that are effective at segmenting these markets and creating products and services that resonate with them. Read White Paper »
It seems that traditional gender roles around food are changing in the sub-continent. Read Article »
by SIS International Research
This study analyzes results from a survey of business owners in NYC's Chinatown. Key questions included whether businesses felt they had been affected by security changes relating to 9/11 and its economic impact. Both quantative and qualitative results enrich the data in this case study. Read Case Study »
by SIS International Research
Many global research firms get trapped in a pitfall in designing the Japan leg of the global research project. "Consistent What and Differing How" is a norm one should always adhere to in global research projects that contain field research across many countries. More often than not, we need to adjust the specifics prescribed at the global level "What" to yield the best result from the research work in Japan. In this series of articles, I will shed a light on how we should deal with the "How" part of the norm to render the Japan leg most effective while keeping the "What" intact. Specifically, this article is about focus group research. Read Article »
Market Probe Announces Asia Pacific and China Winners of 2011 Retail Banking Customer Advocacy Monitor
by Market Probe, Inc.
Market Probe announced the names of the retail banks that posted the highest levels of Customer Advocacy in the Asia Pacific, China and Korea region in 2011, based on the firm’s survey of the largest banking institutions. Read Press Release »
Marketing Researchers to Gain Insight Into Mobile Research Tools at Civicom Workshop in Kuala Lumpur
by Civicom, Inc.
Marketing Research Services global provider Civicom will share their expertise on how to identify and choose the mobile research solutions that offer the best fit for a variety of client projects at a workshop on “Understanding Mobile Research from A to Z” at the Mobile Marketing Research Association Asia Pacific meeting of Marketing Research in the Mobile World in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Tuesday, January 29th. Read Press Release »