We completed a full-service project for a Japanese manufacturer to understand more about the need for domestic air conditioning in and around London. We found participants for in-home immersion interviews to help the client explore the structural capacity of UK homes, price expectations and installation challenges.
A client supporting a popular social media platform reached out to FieldworkHub to carry out in-depth interviews with a sample of the platform’s users in Brazil, Egypt, Germany, India and Indonesia to discuss some features that were being developed to support discussions in the form of comments on posts.
Our client wanted to understand the demand for healthcare services and products among the general public. We were asked to deliver a full service research project. We assisted with the creation of research material and recruited all research participants which included both consumers and healthcare professionals.
The client wanted to conduct focus groups with garment factory workers in Leicester who were paid the National Living wage or below. This is a challenging target audience for research because they are under-represented in online panels and some have limited command of English.
We were initially asked to recruit respondents from the UK, Japan, India for online focus groups. A later phase also involved Thailand. Our client was working on a project that sought to provide understanding of the preferences and attitudes of teens and adults towards avatars and virtual reality.
Our client wanted to conduct 90-minute online focus groups with 32 women living from different parts of Mexico who shop at a popular fashion store. We successfully recruited all the respondents in just over one week.
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.
We recruited 52 respondents from South Korea and the UK who use a globally popular video sharing platform (on their smartphone, laptop or other device) for online IDIs. The client wanted to hear from both core users and casual users with the aim of making the platform more engaging to casual users.
Our client wanted to conduct 90-minute focus groups with French-Canadian individuals who lived in Quebec and who spoke Québécois. We were asked to find a suitably qualified Québécois moderator and a simultaneous translator for the research.