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Focus Group Recruiting

Market research firms that specialize in using specific methods to identify and qualify potential participants for a focus group study. Find a company offering focus group recruiting.

295 results are displayed in randomized alpha order, starting with "L", after featured listings.

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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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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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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Great focus groups: Part 1: Steps to take before the session

Gary Frieden, Ph.D.

How can we best understand the psychology of focus groups and how can we utilize this knowledge to make the sessions more insightful? Interestingly, more than what happens during the focus group can affect the focus group experience. The recruitment process can set the stage for how respondents begin thinking about the group experience.

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Great focus groups: Part 2: Inside the conference room

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This article of the series deals with how the psychology of the focus group is affected by what occurs during the focus group and how certain factors impact the overall insights.

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Focus Pointe Global launches mobile-friendly respondent website. The site has been designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout, allowing users to access available research opportunities on the go.

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Segmentation Woes: Avoiding Vivid Descriptors and Fuzzy Segments

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Learn how qualitative research can be more targeted and effective. Using segmentation analysis to create focus groups requires you to both understand the technical definitions of the segments and to develop statisical-based screening questions that select "pure types" for each segment.

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