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SW Insights Association 2017 Educational Forum: News and Notes

(By William Priest, VP – Client Relationships) This was my first time attending an event hosted by the Southwest Chapter of the Insights Association and I was pleased to get to know a broad network of insights professionals in our industry…

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Our Evolving Toolkit

MMR believes that to be a true full service research provider, we must be “method agnostic” and consider all relevant tools and methodologies before making a recommendation to our clients. Read about our partnership…

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Using Graphic-Based Video for Reporting Impact

(By Patricia Houston, VP – Client Relationships) Videos are a natural complement, or substitute, for traditionally reported qualitative results. But graphic-based video can also add value and impact to quantitative studies…

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IIeX NA 2016: News and Notes

(By Patricia Houston, VP – Client Relationships) As usual, IIeX North America 2016 in Atlanta was a whirlwind of short but informative sessions mixed with quick stops at vendor booths and hunts for…

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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…

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Beyond the Bar Chart: Impact of Data Visualization

(By Kristen Downs, Graphics Specialist) Researchers face a constant challenge: how to deliver large amounts of data in only a handful of slides that can be easily digested…

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Investigative Reporting: The Case for Brevity

(By Laurie Gee, Director – Client Services) Remember the huge, output-by-the-pound market research reports that were commonplace a few years back…