We have used MRFGR to recruit participants for multiple research projects with varied samples sizes and sometimes challenging recruitment criteria. They have a calm and professional manner, providing us with regular updates in the lead up to and on the day of research projects. Multiple touch points with participants approaching the study date ensures drop-out rates are extremely low with replacements usually being found very quickly if necessary. I look forward to working with MRFGR in the future.
What do I need to consider when getting my groups transcribed?
What is the difference between a translator and an interpreter?
What is a market research viewing facility and why would I choose to use one?
When using a general meeting room it’s generally not advisable to have a client in the same room as the focus group respondents, as you usually find that the respondents can be put off by their attendance and will not be forthcoming with their opinions.