Business-to-Business Market Research

Market research firms conducting research on products and services used by non-manufacturing professionals. Use business-to-business (B2B) research to study opinions, attitudes, and trends among white collar workers such as doctors, lawyers, academics, government workers, etc.

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SSI
SSI

SSI (www.surveysampling.com) is the premier global provider of sampling solutions and data collection for survey research.

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Ameritest
Ameritest

Ameritest tests thousands of ads internationally for Fortune 500 and Global 1000 companies each year.

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