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Hybrid Market Research - Mixed Methodology

Find companies that conduct hybrid research. Hybrid research is generally the combination of any two or more techniques applied concurrently within the same study, but also applies to new techniques that blend aspects of qualitative and quantitative approaches into a single new technique.

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Cint
Cint

Ready to connect to Cint's global exchange platform to share your audience or access an audience of 19+ million (in 70+ nations) with your research?

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EFG
EFG

USA Full-service one-stop shop for International quantitative and qualitative fieldwork. Top 25 Global Research Firm with large in-house capabilities.

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Global NR
Global NR

Global NR is a global network of market research agencies offering qualitative and quantitative research expertise worldwide

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