When budgets get tight and businesses need to get answers fast, many will immediately jump to a survey or other form of quantitative design. Decision-makers just don’t have the time to wait for a lengthy process of in-depth interviews (IDIs), focus groups, or shop-alongs. The trade-off of a lengthier and more in-depth study does not outweigh Read more
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It’s the age-old question in market research: Qualitative research or quantitative research? Each has its own unique advantages and disadvantages. The most common forms of qualitative research are focus groups and in-depth interviews (IDIs) while quantitative research usually involves a survey. Although both provide a client good insight, depending on the expertise and experience of Read more