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  1. Focus Group Best Practices & Why RMS is YOUR CNY Focus Group Facility

    If you are planning Focus Groups for your clients, let us help. CNY is a top test market in the country and we know how to find the right participants! SOME FOCUS GROUP BEST PRACTICES The Importance of Participant Selection Choose participants that represent the greater demographic and are comfortable expressing their views. The Selection Read more

  2. Market Research is Shaking Up the Beer Industry

    One thing we can say for sure, beer manufacturing companies know the value of market research, and finding out exactly what their customers want out of their favorite products. The key is keeping up with what their current audience and the younger generations want to experience in an alcoholic beverage. They bring their target demographics Read more

  3. Do you want to be like Nike?

    The following blog post was written by Sara Cruz, Research Associate at RMS. What do many multi-million or multi-billion companies have in common? They truly know and understand their ideal customer. They see the value in learning everything possible about what they like, don’t like, want, don’t want, as well as their struggles, preferences, and Read more

  4. What makes a GREAT focus group facility?

    The following blog post was written by Sara Cruz, Research Associate at RMS. First, let’s define what a focus group facility means. A typical focus group facility is a space consisting of a customized setting. One example would be a conference room, where an observation room is connected to the focus group setting by a one-way mirror. The one-way mirror allows Read more

  5. Focus Group Commercials

    Did You Know Focus Groups Are Being Featured In Commercials?

    The following blog post was written by Sara Cruz, Research Associate at RMS. Have you seen this Domino’s commercial? Or this one from Febreze? Or this commercial from Chevy’s “Real people, not actors” campaign? Or this funny commercial advertising Snickers’ Peanut Butter Squared? Did you know you were watching a focus group in those commercials? Read more

  6. most popular blogs

    New Year, #NewMR: Our Best Blogs of 2018

    The following blog post was written by Maggy Stewart, Marketing Coordinator & Graphic Designer. As we gear up for 2019, now is the perfect time to look back at the market research trends of 2018 and discover which blog topics our readers found most helpful. Over the past year, our most popular blog articles covered Read more

  7. Customer Onboarding

    Are Your Customers Jumping Ship?

    3 ways to get customers on board with your brand. The following blog post was written by Maggy Stewart, Graphic Designer & Marketing Coordinator at RMS. How important do you think it is to make your customers happy and keep them coming back for more? Your answer to that question is the answer to how important Read more

  8. What's the #MRX Forecast for 2018?

    The Market Research Forecast for 2018

    The following blog post was written by Mark Dengler, President & Owner of RMS. One of today’s popular business approaches is known as “agile management.” Under this business method there is a keen focus on short development cycles, continuous improvement, product scope flexibility and work team input. RMS continues to see our clients looking for Read more

  9. Our Best Blogs of 2017

    Do Your Research: Our Best Market Research Blogs of 2017

    The following blog post was written by Maggy Stewart, Graphic Designer & Marketing Coordinator at RMS. As we head into the new year, there couldn’t be a better time to look back at the market research trends and methods that shaped 2017. Our most popular articles of the year covered a variety of useful information, Read more

  10. How To Get The Right Participants For Focus Groups

    When it comes to focus groups, it’s crucial to recruit the right participants. Typically a focus group includes a small number of people, often between 8 to 12 participants, plus a moderator that helps guide the discussion. The moderator’s goal is to get participants to answer the pre-defined questions in the moderator’s guide, but also Read more

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