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In the Moment Mobile

It happens to all of us… you get ready to leave the house and can’t find your keys. Or you walk into a
room and forget why you came in…Yet somehow we expect survey respondents…

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Should Clients Consider Virtual Reality?

Virtual reality (VR) is on a fast-track to becoming mainstream among your consumers. Consumers enthusiastically anticipate using VR for experiences like travel/adventure, live events, home design and education. Most also imagine using VR for…

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Choice Methodology Options

Choice methodologies are a powerful, frequently used tool in market research. Because they compare lists of key attributes/features to each other, they are particularly useful when attempting to understand what attributes or features are driving preference; the impact that changes in attributes or features…

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Thumbs or Voice? Think Video First

The availability of technology, and the continuous innovations in the tech industry over the past two decades, has impacted how we as researchers reach out to respondents. With internet, webcam, and mobile all readily available, we are also seeing tech change how respondents…

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ROI for Marketing Research – Why it Misses the Point

(By Bruce Olson, Managing Partner) My partner and I recently read an article about a group (some industry leaders backed by a big-name consulting agency) that was trying to tackle the problem of the valuation of ROI of research. And, of course, they were pursuing it with…

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Credentials or Chemistry

(By Mike Hoban, VP – Client Services) Sitting by the fire following a day of skiing, us researchers were discussing how clients choose their suppliers. Being the only client-side participant in the discussion, my POV was not completely embraced with the…

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The Real Cost of DIY – What to Ask as You Plan

(By Patricia Houston, VP – Client Relationships) It’s very easy to see on the surface how DIY research can save you money, and often the low rates offered and quick speed promised by DIY providers make their products look enticing…

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Reusable Packaging Sustainability: Evaluating its Effect at Retail

Demand for produce packaging in the US is forecast to increase 3.2 percent annually to $6.0 billion in 2019. In the retail marketplace, more fresh produce is being displayed and sold ready-to-eat…

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Rewards Programs Myths and Truths

(By Walter Blotkamp, VP – Client Relationships) Over the past few years particularly, and since our inception generally, MMR has conducted numerous studies on customer rewards in retail, hospitality/dining, banking, and travel…

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“Telling a Story” isn’t Enough: Minimalism in Reporting

(By Bruce Olson, Managing Partner) It’s not new to hear that researchers need to help their clients “tell the story” – we know that we can’t stop at simply providing the data. However, when I hear…