Mystery Shopping

Market research companies that observe customer service and sales staff behavior and techniques in a service or retail location. Locate a firm that sends unidentified researchers to pose as shoppers and evaluate employee performance, customer service quality, etc.

33 results are displayed in randomized alpha order, starting with "T", after featured listings.



BDRC Group

BDRC is a global research consultancy providing strategic insight to household names in hospitality, finance, media and travel.

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Civicom
Civicom

Virtual IDIs, focus groups, online forums, private online communities, and mobile telephone and video research technologies to marketing researchers

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Is your Mystery Shopping program keeping you up at night? We’re not talking about fixable mistakes or miscalculations, but a real foul up in your study that cannot be undone. To get that 8 hours sleep and wake up refreshed 10 guidelines (e.g. setting sample size, screening shopper profiles, ensuring accuracy, planning for contingency shops), based on 30 years of mystery shopping are outlined.

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