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Focus Group Facilities

Market research vendors of focus group facility services. See firms that provide a specific place where qualitative marketing research studies are conducted and observed. A facility can be designed to provide a space to conduct and view focus group sessions, one-on-one interviews, triads, usability tests, etc.

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FocusVision
FocusVision

FocusVision offers a range of industry leading marketing research technologies. Find a Facility offering FV360, 360 Degree Video for Focus Groups.

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Indy Focus
Indy Focus

Full service qualitative focus group facility (3 suites) with remote viewing capabilities. Ask about our 100% respondent show guarantee

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Labbrand
Labbrand

Labbrand is a leading China-based global brand consultancy that provides market and consumer research, brand strategy, and creative services.

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L&E Research
L&E Research

National recruiting + Top Rated Facilities in Raleigh, Charlotte, Tampa, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Columbus and Minneapolis since 1984.

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Traditional focus groups are time intensive, can be cost prohibitive, and don’t always give you a representative sampling. Online focus groups have gained quite a bit of traction over the past several years, providing opportunities that their traditional counterparts just can’t match.

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Research Basics - Working With Focus Groups Research Basics - Working With Focus Groups

FocusVision Worldwide

Here's a short list of tips and reminders for your research project - the basics of setting up your focus group room, how to organize your research after the session, and technology tips and ideas.

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Cost, Leadtime and Sustainability of Face-to-Face and Internet Focus Groups

Itracks

The traditional approach to focus groups involves recruiting participants in locations representative of the target market, hiring facilities in each location, and traveling to each location to interview the participants. The alternative Internet approach, on the other hand, uses either instant messaging or a bulletin board to interview the participants. This article will compare and contrast these two methods from a cost, leadtime and environmental sustainability standpoint.

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