Sampling

Market research vendors of sampling services. Find a firm that can define the size, characteristics, and location of a research sample and methods for reaching respondents that best represent the target group being studied.

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Cint USA Inc
Cint USA Inc

Cint, a global technology company, hosts OpinionHUB - the only transparent panel exchange marketplace platform for buying and selling sample.

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CONECTA
CONECTA

CONECTA provides online research facilitation for all your quantitative as well as qualitative research projects. Our focus is on the LATAM area.

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Critical Mix
Critical Mix

Critical Mix provides easy access to highly-targeted global survey respondents, survey programming and data visualization services.

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Decipher

Decipher specializes in cross platform survey programming, software licensing, sampling, data collection and data reporting and visualization.

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Infotools
Infotools

Every piece of market research data you collect is valuable. But sorting through it all to find the answers you need, can be hard work.

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Innovate

Innovate provides access to hard-to-reach, online and mobile target audiences around the world..

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SSI Dynamix™ is Essential to Sustainable Research

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SSI Dynamix is a technology platform that creates better respondent experiences, smart panel utilization, and-if required-dynamic and controlled access to Web sourcing from thousands of online properties including social media.

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Multi-source sampling presents challenges in ensuring a consistent, reliable blend. SSI is working to identify the components that drive consumer preferences to find the controlling factor that ensures two samples are truly comparable to one another, across time and across sources.

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Un Pequeño Detalle que Pondera: Cuotas

Héctor Tavera, Director, Market Intelligence

Quota sampling is widely used in market research due to its low cost, ease of implementation, speed of execution and because it does not require sampling frames. Artículo en español.

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Las Independientes vs Las Dependientes

Héctor Tavera, Director, Market Intelligence

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