Market research in other countries

In addition to the countries profiled on these pages, FieldworkHub has run successful market research projects in many other countries.

Other countries where have completed projects include:

  • Argentina
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Finland
  • Indonesia
  • Ireland
  • Mexico
  • the Netherlands
  • South Africa
  • South Korea
  • Sweden
  • Turkey.

If you need research in these countries (or any other country), please get in touch. We’ll be happy to help!

RELATED CASE STUDIES

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Focus groups on technology policy in Berlin, Brussels, Helsinki, Milan, Paris and Warsaw

Our client wanted to hold focus group discussions with members of the public and opinion elites in Europe on their perceptions of the way that technology companies use artificial intelligence. In FieldworkHub’s largest qualitative project to date, we arranged three face-to-face focus groups in each of Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy and Poland. This involved recruiting 240 respondents over a period of 5 weeks. We also made viewing facility bookings in each capital city, arranged moderators and simultaneous interpreters for each session and provided transcripts of every discussion.

A female moderator stands in front of a diverse group of respondents in a focus group

Focus groups on technology policy in Buenos Aires, Mexico City, São Paulo, New Delhi, Seoul and Sydney

A global technology company wanted to obtain the views of informed members of the public and people with a professional interest in a public policy topic relating to their sector. We were asked to help our client to conduct the research in three Latin American countries (Argentina, Brazil and Mexico) and three countries in the Asia Pacific region (Australia, India and South Korea). In each country we organised two face-to-face focus groups in a viewing facility with opinion elites and four depth interviews with informed administrators and professionals - recruiting over 150 respondents in total. In addition to the recruitment, we handled all of the viewing facility bookings, arranged moderators and simultaneous interpreters for the non English-speaking markets and provided transcripts of each session.

Volunteers from the New South Wales Rural Fire Service silhouetted in front of flames from an Australian bushfire

Focus groups with people affected by wildfires and first responders in Australia, Indonesia and Mexico

A US technology company was investigating how it might be able to assist people living in areas that are prone to wildfires, and first responders from the emergency services that protect them, by providing accurate and up-to-date information about the location of the fires and their speed and direction of travel, as well as official information about evacuation etc. The end client wanted to speak face-to-face with residents who had been directly affected by wildfires in recent years (e.g. had been warned to evacuate or to standy by for a possible evacuation) and first responders who had been involved in tackling the fires. We arranged focus groups in Australia, Indonesia and Mexico. A particular challenge with this project was the fact that wildfires are more common in rural areas with relatively low population densities, making it more challenging to recruit sufficient participants. After careful research, we chose three locations: Terrigal, in the Central Coast area of New South Wales, Australia; Pekanburu, the capital of Riau province in Sumatra, Indonesia; and Mexico City. We successfully recruited around 30 residents and 20 first responders across these three locations and the groups proved to be very informative.