what they say

100% Satisfaction

You might be reassured to know that every client who has completed our post-project satisfaction survey said that they would be willing to recommend know research to a colleague.

Here’s what some of our clients have said…

“Excellent advice on the research approach as well as great quality moderation for a complex project. Excellent recruitment of respondents.”

“Provided a research solution that worked well for our requirements. The results have positively impacted on the number of bookings for our event which has exceeded our expectations.”

“Fantastic communication at all stages of the project. Good delivery of focus group sessions. Flexibility when research objectives change slightly! Well presented final results with practical recommendations.”

“You were very responsive to our requirements and great at meeting deadlines. The fieldwork was conducted in a very professional manner, but at the same time in a way that was appropriate to the respondents and allowed us to get the most from their feedback. The research findings are extremely useful and some have already been implemented.”

“As always Stuart, you showed great patience and knowledge and we wouldn’t have been able to complete this project without you.”

“Stuart was really approachable and explained things in an easy to understand way. He was very open and honest and clear on what his strengths were and how he could bring value to this project, this made me trust him immediately and feel reassured we would be getting something of value from him. He was open to suggestions on the format and agenda for the workshop and was extremely easy to work with.”

“Really great at keeping us in the loop regarding progress and prompt delivery of all of the reports.”

“Proactive and nothing was too much trouble.”

“Quick, easy to work with and met the challenge of the project”

“Adopted a flexible, can-do attitude to a tricky brief!”

“Produced clear recommendations to guide future strategy. I like the presentation style of not showing a million charts but having more of a discussion around a few charts.”