Category Archives: Market Research

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  1. RMS Fortifies Centerstate CEO’s 2022 Economic Forecast

    This blog post summarizes a recent project completed by Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS) in conjunction with CenterState CEO in Syracuse, NY. Click here, to download the Centerstate CEO 2022 Economic Forecast Report Released last week, the 2022 Economic Forecast report by CenterState CEO identifies trends that impacted the economy throughout 2021, and outlines Read more

  2. Understanding Feasibility Studies

    A common engagement at RMS is conducting feasibility studies in which we work with clients to explore new business opportunities or enhance existing operations. The primary purpose of a feasibility study is to understand the market and determine whether enough demand exists to make a given venture successful—which typically translates to the client “will the Read more

  3. What Is An Intercept Survey?

    An intercept survey is a research method used to gather on-site feedback from an audience. Intercept surveys are often used at events, restaurants, conferences, and in shopping malls to collect patron perception information. During an intercept survey, the interviewer may approach a patron to ask about their experience at the event, facility or restaurant. Results Read more

  4. Leaning Into the Turn: Our Evolving Response to COVID-19

    It’s safe to say, this year is looking brighter already than the tough times we’ve all endured throughout 2020. Our team at RMS has persevered by utilizing our greatest strengths, and stuck true to the core value that is our commitment to each and every one of our clients. It’s been imperative we stay as Read more

  5. Worried about getting customers in this dynamic new world?

    How market research can help you discover what your customers need and expect to keep them buying your services and products. The following blog post was written by Sara Cruz, Research Analyst at RMS. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March of 2020, everything changed. With stay-at-home orders, businesses closing physical locations and the abrupt Read more

  6. Have your employees gone remote? It may be here to stay.

    How Market Research Can Ensure Employee Success with Changing Office Dynamics The following blog post was written by Sara Cruz, Research Analyst at RMS. When the stay-at-home order was applied in March of 2020, millions of employees became “remote” workers. Although the change was not met without challenges, including a decrease in productivity and communication, Read more

  7. Have Your Customer’s Preferences Changed as a Result of COVID-19?

    Have customer needs changed? This is a common question that is differentiating the businesses who thrive from those who do not during this time of change. Understanding evolving consumer preferences following COVID-19 is not only important in terms of customer relations, but it also helps ensure you’re investing in the avenues your customers prefer and Read more

  8. Market Research in Times of COVID-19

    Within the last few months of the COVID-19 virus impact, consumers and business owners, alike, have been faced with a rapidly changing world that has affected every aspect of their lives—market research included. With the addition of shelter-in-place orders, there is a noticeably positive shift in response rates for market researchers. The RMS team has Read more

  9. RMS Research Featured in CenterState CEO’s 2020 Economic Forecast Report

    This blog post summarizes a recent project completed by Research & Marketing Strategies, Inc. (RMS) in conjunction with CenterState CEO in Syracuse, NY. Download the 2020 CenterState CEO Economic Forecast Report PDF here. Released last week, the 2020 Economic Forecast report by CenterState CEO identifies trends that impacted the economy throughout 2019, and outlines opportunities Read more

  10. Understanding Your Customers—Making VoC Research Work For You

    We hear it all the time—your boss has just told you the company needs to find new ways to connect with customers. And you’ve been put in charge of doing just that (cue hyperventilation). That’s not you? How about this…you’re a leader within your organization, and you want to become or maintain your status as Read more

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