The client wanted to hear from a large number of respondents who were either news industry professionals or key opinion leaders in 22 countries. Over a five-month period, we successfully screened, recruited and scheduled nearly 500 B2B profiles for a mix of face-to-face and online research.
FieldworkHub recruited respondents in Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands, Poland and Latvia for online focus groups. Our client was working on a project about the dissemination of information regarding EU-funded science projects. They wanted respondents who were interested in science and had different levels of trust towards European institutions.
Our client asked us to recruit professional females in the UK, Germany, Italy and Spain for an online quantitative survey. The survey asked about career motivations, attitudes towards owning a business, and perceptions of the logistics sector. We programmed and tested the survey, ran it and cleaned the data.
A well-known audio streaming platform wanted to understand the audio consumption habits of members of Gen Z in 14 different countries. FieldworkHub was tasked with finding 30 participants in total who all spoke English and listened to some form of audio at least once per week on the client’s platform.
We helped a client conduct qualitative research about the needs, motivations, behaviours and brand perceptions held by young people in thye UK, Italy, Germany and Spain who are currently playing, watching or otherwise engaging with basketball.
A digital innovation and design consultancy was working with a European motor manufacturer to develop a new product to help owners of battery electric vehicles to recharge their cars more easily in public. We recruited respondents in France, Italy and Spain to take part in focus groups and IDIs about pain points with charging and the new product concept.
Our client was wanted to find out more about attitudes towards healthcare insurance in four different markets: Belgium, Poland, Spain and Turkey. The research involved three rounds of 60-minute remote interviews with differences in the profiles required in each market and each round of research.
Our client wanted to carry out an Implicit Association Test to assess perceptions of injectable and oral treatments to manage type 2 diabetes in general practice. We were asked to recruit GPs and doctors with a special interest in type 2 diabetes in five European markets to complete an online test.
A leading US sportswear retailer with a presence in several European markets wanted to hold a series of discussions with small groups of style-conscious teenagers who were familiar with their stores. We recruited participants in a very tight timeline, which included groups of teenagers in Barcelona, Milan and Paris.