Archive for the: Quantitative research category
We’ve had a couple of approaches from Companies wanting to complete on-line surveys using their existing database before GDPR comes into force.
Providing the database meets current UK’s Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) rules you can still us it for survey purposes - so it’s worth considering if you want to gain some valuable insight from your existing databases before the May deadline.
There is no doubt the focus on GDPR is hoting up and the new obligations under the General Data Protection...
Time for us to get cracking on the 2nd phase of this three year project for Plymouth City Council.
Have you thought about how you could travel more sustainably?
Getting Plymothians walking, cycling and using the bus more often is all part of Plymouth's modal shift plan and we're delighted to be providing the data and report insights to help monitor progress - which will unltimately be reported back to the DfT.
Some of the Plymotion team
We've worked with both WMC Retail and Market Place Europe over the last couple of years and thought it was about time we gave a little more details on the type of projects we love working on.
I've just updated "Our Work" - so if its help with retail you're looking for we'd be delighted to see if we can help with your next project.
We interviewed over 400 people at Exeter Christmas Market last year and we also completed similar work in Belfast,...
Getting feedback on the experience that your customers have with you is a great way to identify areas where you can improve customer service (and in turn their loyalty). But how do you go about deciding which is the best way to do this?
In our view, there are 2 main ways to do this: a customer satisfaction survey or a mystery shopping exercise. Both have their advantages and disadvantages – of course in an ideal world we would recommend that...
We are delighted to be working with the City and County of Swansea again. We are providing the research resources required to carry out 1,000 interviews with visitors to the Gower peninsular over a 3 week field period.
The research will be completed at two key locations on the Gower. The research will be used to inform on the possible impact of the proposed Atlantic Array Wind Farm development.
We will be reporting the findings of the research on the 20th of...
We are delighted to have been appointed to carry out a series of
residential quantitative surveys required as part of the Local
Sustainable Transport Fund Personalised Travel Planning (PTP)
programme – Plymotion.
The principal objective of the surveys is to measure any modal shift which has occurred as a result of...