How any good market research design starts with an accurate problem definition in market research.
At IIeX North America in Austin last week, Holly Carter of Confirmit shared her tips for adapting surveys to the needs of Generation Z [which Pew Research defines as those born 1997 and later]. Some of Holly’s observations about Gen Z: “They’re all about their mobile phones… They’re on their phones constantly.” Over 95% of […]
At IIEX North American in Austin last week, Marian Anderson, research director at Microsoft, and Zontziry Johnson, MR manager at Microsoft (and member of the MRII Board of Directors), presented an update on how Microsoft is transforming its insights function. “Microsoft’s Market Research team is undergoing a 3- to 5-year journey to change how we […]
At IIeX North America in Austin, Stephen Thompson of Recollective, Tiffany Ng of Experian, and Holly O’Neill of Talking Business LLC shared five key success factors for Experian’s online community, voicesHUB, now going on its tenth year. Holly O’Neill was instrumental in convincing Experian to start the community in 2010, in order to “to hold […]
This new course, “Market Research Design and Data Identification,” increases the portfolio of courses from the University of Georgia and Market Research Institute International that have benefitted nearly 9,000 researchers in 104 countries AUSTIN, Tx. – April 24, 2019 – At the IIeX North America conference today, The Market Research Institute International, in cooperation with […]
Often we’re asked to test ideas, claims, brand names, slogans, product packaging, etc. Sometimes it’s just a few, and sometimes 100 or more! If it’s just A vs. B, a simple choice question suffices: “Which do you prefer, A or B?” To test five different ideas, sometimes a ranking question does the trick: “Please rank […]
Meet Melanie Courtright, the new EVP of Research Science & Data Strategy at Dynata, and the MRII Board President-Elect.
At the 10th Annual MSMR Insights Conference at the University of Texas at Arlington last week, three speakers shared case studies about real and virtual intercepts. Jill Matthews of Bright Cactus needed to do new product testing with bodybuilders, and found the best way to reach them was to interview them at bodybuilding competitions. Some […]
At the 10th Annual MSMR Insights Conference at the University of Texas at Arlington last week, Jodie McInerney and Sandip Narang of Burke discussed how they applied agile techniques to in-person research. Their client, a cat litter brand team, needed a new strategic innovation to drive brand share – and gave Burke five weeks to […]
At the 10th Annual MSMR Insights Conference in Arlington, Texas, Casey Bernard of Nimble MR presented on using the power of podcasts for research. Half of US homes are podcast fans. Approximately 30 companies in the S&P 500 are using podcast for internal communications. “In a sense, I’m painting something but I’m not holding the […]