Focus Group Moderators - Ethnic Groups

Qualitative research consultants - focus group moderators specialized in conducting, managing, and analyzing focus group sessions with ethnic groups. Review moderators/facilitators who conduct focus groups comprised of people who share a common language, culture, characteristics or traits.

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Aeffect, Inc.
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ase specialises in the design and implementation of qualitative and quantitative studies nationally and internationally. We offer research-based consu

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