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  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. Two Different Approaches for Consumer Product Feedback

    Case Study: Two Different Approaches for Obtaining Consumer Product Feedback

    The following blog post was written by Josh Elander, Research Associate at RMS. A manufacturer recently partnered with RMS to conduct research on two separate flooring products. The key objectives of the research were to obtain feedback on new product prototypes, as well as learn more from consumers about the overall decision-making process for each Read more

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    Integrating Primary Research with Secondary Research

    The following blog post was written by Josh Elander, Research Associate at RMS. Data is everywhere these days. It’s nearly impossible not to encounter at least one form of it in the business world on a regular basis, whether you’re a client or market research supplier. But not all data is created equal – primary Read more

  7. 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

  8. 5 Benefits of Using Participation Packets for Focus Groups | Upstate NY

    Focus groups are designed as a creative and engaging way to hear feedback from a collection of people.  Having participants discuss topics in a group setting often leads to a more productive exchange of ideas than a traditional survey or a one-on-one conversation such as an IDI (In-Depth Interview).  We always talk about better engagement with Read more

  9. QualiSight | Focus Group Facility in Upstate, NY

    Trying to locate a focus group facility in Upstate, NY? The RMS facility named QualiSight is located in Baldwinsville, just outside the heart of Syracuse, NY.  2010 wrapped up a busy year for QualiSight. We had clients visiting our facility from all over the country.  A few of our clients came from Columbus (OH), Waltham (MA), Fort Worth (TX), Read more

  10. Focus Group Facility in Upstate New York | Using Focus Groups to Conduct Exploratory Research

    Chris examines how focus groups are used for exploratory purposes. He offers 6 reasons how focus group research can answer questions you might have about your business or your customers. Exploratory and qualitative research is a good first step when engaging a market research firm.

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