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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MBC Research
MBC Research

Full service Qual and Quant research firm covering the General, Ethnic and Int'l markets. We also offer services for facility and recruiting only.

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MGZ Research

Hispanic Qualitative Research Consultant bilingual/ bicultural, 20 + years in market research. Education and research experience in Latin America

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Synergia
Synergia

Synergia is a full service research firm (quantitative and qualitative) and boutique consultancy specializing in the Hispanic consumer market.

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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.

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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.

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