With missing data responses in market research analyses, learning what to do with that information can be crucial in the final results.
An in-depth discussion of the three main facets of market research: function, process, and profession.
We’ve likely all been there. Whether it’s after a customer service phone call, a visit to an automotive dealership or even a resort, a sales person or customer facing agent has subtly or directly encouraged you to respond to a pending customer satisfaction survey with the highest rating possible. And chances are, if we are kind […]
How any good market research design starts with an accurate problem definition in market research.
Meet Melanie Courtright, the new EVP of Research Science & Data Strategy at Dynata, and the MRII Board President-Elect.
Traditionally, data collected for any purpose other than to meet the needs of a particular research study was called “secondary” data. However, the definition of secondary data is evolving. Advances in technology are giving researchers access to vast potential sources of data and information that push the boundary of that definition. Historically, market research has […]