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 for an online quantitative survey. The survey asked about career motivations, attitudes towards owning a business, and perceptions of the logistics sector. We programmed, hosted and tested the survey platform, then cleaned and translated the data.
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 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.
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.
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 provider of business research, wanted to carry out a survey of self-employed people and single-person businesses in the UK to explore how they manage the financial side of their business. We helped to finalise the survey and then ran the survey and delivered the data and a report on the findings.
An online car dealership wanted to carry out research for car purchasing behaviours. For the quantitative research, we programmed a survey for 2500 participants. The second phase was face-to-face and online interviews. Mixing the methods of interviews was to ensure that we could deliver on the client's needs.
We designed, programmed and managed a survey to assist a UK-based online provider of travel insurance products find out how widely recognised their brand name was, what attributes they associated with the brand and what factors were important to respondents when selecting travel insurance.