Our recent experience
FieldworkHub has worked on a wide variety of qualitative and quantitative fieldwork projects for some of the world’s leading consumer brands and B2B companies. Below we present a selection of our recent experience.
Research on mobile SIM and top-up retailers
A management consultancy that was working for an investment fund wanted to talk to shopkeepers who sell SIMs and top-ups for a mobile virtual network operator that focuses on the international calling market. Originally the plan was to ask the retailers to complete an online survey but feasibility testing by FieldworkHub established that they were poorly represented in online panels so we switched to face-to-face interviews with owners and managers. We also arranged two focus groups so our client could obtain more in-depth qualitative views on the brand’s positioning relative to other mobile operators.
In-depth telephone interviews about healthier lifestyles
An agency specialising in UK social research and marketing wanted to carry out telephone interviews with a selection of respondents who lived in particular postcodes and were overweight and/or regular smokers as part of a programme it was running with the local council to try to promote healthier lifestyles. We were able to fulfil their quotas in less than a week, enabling the agency to provide results rapidly to the end client.
Teenage telephone interviews regarding social media
A large social media company had carried out an online survey amongst users of its platform and wanted to conduct telephone interviews with a sample of teenage users who met the target profile. We were provided with a list of qualified respondents and asked to contact them, convince them to take part, and arrange the payment of incentives. To encourage participation we paid part of the incentive when each interview was scheduled and the remainder once the interview had been successfully completed.