An international management consultancy firm wanted to understand the biggest needs and pain points with current software solutions used by commercial and packaging printing companies. FieldworkHub developed the survey, which was then translated into German and subsequently completed 50 interviews in each market.
Our client, a UK-based communications agency that helps employers to attract and engage talent wanted to speak to business and strategy analysts to assist them in creating job descriptions for a financial services company. We were asked to recruit business and strategy analysts with varying levels of experience.
A leading retail landlord in the UK, was developing a new pop-up concept to encourage companies to experiment with temporary retail stores in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. We arranged for direct-to-consumer retailers and traditional retailers to take part in online interviews over the course of two weeks.
A leading management consultancy asked us to recruit senior hair stylists in the UK, Germany and the USA. The aim was to speak to those who decided on hair care products purchased and used in their salon. FieldworkHub screened in and booked 16 respondents to take part in a 30-minute phone interview.
Our client wanted to conduct online surveys to understand what breakpoints triggered small businesses to start using accounting software, and if these were associated with particular factors. We helped to finalise the survey, programmed and tested it, then ran the survey and delivered the raw data.
A technology company that operates an online content and advertising platform was proposing to make some changes to the way it interacts with key accounts. We recruited senior brand managers working for major online advertisers and senior advertising agency executives working for brands that advertise online.
A European digital innovation agency was researching online residential property agents and property search websites. We recruited traditional branch-based estate agents to understand how digital services are forcing them to adapt business models.
Our client wanted to hold focus group discussions with members of the public and opinion elites in Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy and Poland on their perceptions of the way that technology companies use artificial intelligence. This involved recruiting 240 respondents over a period of 5 weeks.
A global technology company wanted to obtain views of informed members of the public and people with a professional interest in a public policy topic relating to their sector. In each country we organised two focus groups in a viewing facility with opinion elites and four interviews with informed administrators.