EE Invites you to Take Part in Research!

Your chance to take part in an exciting project on behalf of EE.

We are ‘Take Part in Research’. We are working with EE to co-ordinate a market research project that is happening next week.

As a valued EE Business customer, we would like to invite you to take part in a group discussion.

As well as having the opportunity to share your experiences and ideas about the future of EE Business services, you will be paid £150 for your valuable time and contribution.

We would love to hear your views and very much hope you can take part!

Details Below:
Dates - Monday 21st March
Duration - 2 hours (Evening)
Locations - London
Incentive - £150
Type of Research - Group Discussion

We’d like to reassure you that everything you say, as well as your identity, will remain strictly anonymous according to the Market Research Society (MRS) Code of Conduct. This ensures the utmost confidentiality of you and your views and opinions. This means that we will not pass on any information concerning you, your name and personal details to any third party. In addition, any information you disclose will be used for research purposes only, by the research team in relation to this particular project.

If you have any queries about this research project, please contact ‘Take Part in Research’ on 01273 681074.

Please fill out the
following form

When completing the form please answer carefully and as honestly as possible, there are no right or wrong answers, all answers will be looked at individually when checking that you are applicable for the research.


If you are a good fit for the research, a member of the team will be in touch over the coming days with some more information!


Basis - EE Business Client Link

Your Contact Details

Business Telecoms

SCREENING: Current & Past Employment

SCREENING: Past Research

ADMIN: Creativity

SCREENING: Suitability

This information will be held confidentially and securely by Roots Research Ltd in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and Market Research Society Code of Conduct.

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