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.
On behalf of a UK healthcare recruitment agency, we were asked to recruit 100 UK healthcare workers (GPs, hospital doctors, and nurses) to complete a ten-minute online survey gving their views on agency work and their experience of working with recruitment agencies.
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.
Transport for London wanted to improve the environment outside Barking station. They wanted to explore perceptions of safety and test the impact of interventions on how people behave in the space. FieldworkHub programmed a survey and completed 250 face-to-face computer-assisted personal interviews outside the station.
A global technology company wanted to collect feedback about their digital advertising platform from professional media buyers around the world. FieldworkHub was able to find 28 respondents in Australia and 32 respondents in Japan, almost 90% of whom went on to complete the questionnaire.
A major syrup brand wanted to assess whether consumers, bartenders and baristas are more likely to select the client’s brand in preference to competitor brands. FieldworkHub recruited 100 consumers, 20 bartenders and 20 baristas for a coffee and cocktail tasting test in London.
A consultancy was helping their client to find ways to overcome a shortage of drivers of large goods vehicles in the UK and looking to improve diversity within the community of HGV drivers. We worked closely with the client to develop a suitable questionnaire and then programmed it as an online survey.
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 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.