Quantitative Marketing Research

Market research firms offering statistically substantiated information obtained from large data samples. Find a company to gather data through empirical research, numerical research and diagnostic studies as well as through other quantitative methodologies.

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Savage Incites

Savage Incites offers a full range of strategy and insights services (both qualitative & quantitative) to guide brand strategy and innovation.

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Integrated qualitative and quantitative research grounded in consumer understanding that leads to better products and services for our clients.

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Latin Field
Latin Field

Full service marketing research in Latin America, we have been in business for +28 years with offices in the US, Brazil, Mexico Argentina and Spain.

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Leger, The Research Intelligence Group offers a complete range of marketing services from surveys to strategic consulting.

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