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  What does this name say to you?
Posted by: Obese Cow - Sun 12 Nov 2017, 10:20 - Forum: General Research Questions - Replies (1)

Hi,
I am starting a new business and came up with the name 'Studio Intro' but a few people close to me hated the name saying they can't relate it to anything. So if you hear Studio Intro does it really sound that awful?

Didn'd want to put it right away to let the brain think a little before knowing the business nature... It's a web agency and video editing site. 

Thanks

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  Query from someone who wants to enter a career as a Market Researcher
Posted by: AdmirableMind2017 - Mon 30 Oct 2017, 23:52 - Forum: General Research Questions - No Replies

Hi,

 I am a former Chemistry Teacher now working as a Private Science Tutor. I want to start a career as a full-time Market Researcher as it fits in with my skill set such as attention-to-detail, strong numeracy and being analytical. 

During my Teacher training, I really enjoyed making a thorough report about how student behaviour affect their achievement using lesson observation notes and bar charts using Microsoft Excel.

I want to ask a set of questions to gain an insight into being a Market Researcher. Here are my questions: 

What does your job involve in terms of researching and analysing? 

How did you get your current Market Research job? 

What do you enjoy most about your Market Research job? 

How was the transition to your current role from your previous job (especially if you had a job that was not related to the Market Research industry)? 

What is your day-to-day routine like? 

Are your working days different to each other? 

What are the main challenges you face as a Market Researcher and how did you overcome them? 

Thanks.

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  Business Development Senior Executive
Posted by: AgapeMR - Wed 25 Oct 2017, 19:12 - Forum: Market Research Jobs and Vacancies - No Replies

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SENIOR EXECUTIVE
[Specially based in UK or Europe, Dubai or Middle East, USA, etc.]

 
Are you a result driven, business oriented professional with experience in Market Research Sector??
Agape International MR is a young yet fast growing firm devoted to Field Research with world class standards for their valuable customers, in Agape we appreciate and recognize talented people who is committed and passionate to achieve their personal and professional goals.
If you are determined to boost your career with like minded people in a friendly and challenging environment get in touch with us for an interview.
 
REQUIREMENTS :
 
Experience of +2 years in Market Research Industry
Active clients portfolio
Wide knowledge on Field Research
Resourceful, flexible, result driven
Strategist, leadership
Strong vocation for business development
 
WE OFFER :
 
International scope
Possibility to do home office
Fix income + the most attractive commission´s plan in Market Research Industry
Travel allowance when needed
Full Organization´s  support
 
If you find attractive this opportunity and you want to grow with us, please send us your resume to [email=mag@agapemr.com]mag@agapemr.com[/email], and include your salary expectations and what you can offer to Agape International MR.
Thank you!! =)

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  Regression analysis?
Posted by: harryS - Sun 15 Oct 2017, 05:06 - Forum: Analysis, statistics and reporting - No Replies

The consortium wants to know whether fan intensity (fanship) and the individual service quality variables are significant influences on overall satisfaction perceptions, and spectators’ willingness to recommend attendance at Super Rugby games to others. It is hypothesised that fan intensity (fanship) and the individual service quality variables will all have a positive effect on satisfaction and recommendation intentions.

So for this question, would i use a regression analysis?

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  Where do Full Market Research Companies look to find companies to outsource work?
Posted by: JasonLorah - Wed 11 Oct 2017, 17:38 - Forum: General Research Questions - No Replies

I am interested in knowing where larger Full Service Market Research Companies go to find partners to outsource work to? What online websites do they check out? Is there events they go to meet other Researchers and decide from there? 



Thanks,

Jason Lorah
Marketing Associate
Communications For Research

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  Agricultural Crop Progress Report
Posted by: JasonLorah - Wed 11 Oct 2017, 17:35 - Forum: Analysis, statistics and reporting - Replies (1)

Corn mature is at 82% overall; this is behind 2016’s progress by 10% and a 14% increase through the week. No additional states are reporting corn 100% mature (NC reached 100% last week) and all states are reporting at least 50% mature.  Corn harvest is now at 22% overall; NC and TN are reporting over 80% harvested.  All states are behind their progress from 2016 except for TX (which is reporting 76% harvested for 2016 and 2017) and MI (which is reporting 2% more harvested this year than last).  IL harvested an additional 17% of their corn crop through this past week.

Soybeans dropping leaves are at 89% overall, with many states reporting at least 90% dropping leaves.  This progress is ahead of the five year average by 2% and only 1% behind 2016’s progress.  Soybean harvest had a productive week!  IL, ND, and OH reported harvesting at least an additional 20% of their crop this week with MI reporting 30%!  The harvest progress for 2017 is behind both the 2016 and five year average.

To read more visit: Crop Progress Report 10/9/2017

Thanks,
Marketing Associate
Communications For Research

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  Supervisor(s) Needed for Market Research Company located in Missouri
Posted by: JasonLorah - Wed 11 Oct 2017, 02:45 - Forum: Market Research Jobs and Vacancies - No Replies

If you are a Full Service Market Research company looking to outsource work.  I am the Marketing Rep for Communications for Research out of St. Louis, MO. Please check us out  by visiting www.cfrinc.net. You can make contact with our team through that website.


Also, if you are looking for a job, we do  have vacancies for Supervisors, Interviewers and Project Managers. You can also visit the link above to look at our office locations to determine if this would be a good fit for you.


Thanks!

Jason Lorah
Marketing/Manager
Communications For Research
www.cfrinc.net

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  Help with assessing research vendors
Posted by: ImanAkef - Wed 28 Jun 2017, 22:09 - Forum: General Research Questions - Replies (1)

Hello ,

My company wanted a report that would outline market forecasts for certain software solutions in certain regions. After some research, I contacted several research houses that include large ones such as IDC and Gartner , but the most flexible ones that satisfied my specific needs were large Indian-based research houses, not only did they offer customized content but at competitive prices too. The ones I looked at included infoholic, grand view research, and mordor research, however, I don't have experience with the quality of information they offer, as I usually only used from well-known vendors such as Gartner and IDC. Anyone have any experience with any of these research vendors? How accurate was the data they provided? and is there any rating for them by a third party? Thanks!

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  Finding Product Rejecters
Posted by: jwiltsh1 - Fri 9 Jun 2017, 16:46 - Forum: Samples, recruitment and panels - Replies (2)

Hi everyone, this is my first post. I work for an automotive company and we are always interested in people who shopped one our cars but rejected it in favor of another brand. Finding and recruiting these people is tough. You can buy a name list from a company like Polk, of people who purchased your competitors and then go fishing to try to find someone who shopped your car. That's expensive.

So I was thinking what other ideas you all might have for how to find these people. For example, we could stand outside a competitors dealership and intercept people as they leave and ask them if they also shopped our car. That would be very focused but also expensive and slim pickings. Does anyone have any bright ideas perhaps based on how this is handled in other industries.

Thanks for your time and ideas.

James

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  what is the new and old marketing?
Posted by: itzmarket - Wed 17 May 2017, 21:15 - Forum: Analysis, statistics and reporting - No Replies

what is the old marketing strategies and nowadays strategies

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