- 02/08/21 - 09/08/21
- UK wide (online)
- 1 hour
Residents of Birmingham are being invited to take part in market research sessions, run by Take Part In Research in 2014. Those taking part are offered great cash rewards and incentives for just a few hours of time offering opinions that will help shape the products, services and policies of the future.
Take Part In Research specialises in recruiting reliable and motivated participants for a multitude of market research projects in Birmingham. Those registering to take part need only to be opinionated, honest and from Birmingham. No prior experience is required and hobbies and interests are taken into account so the sessions are fun.
With its thriving local economy and diverse industries, Birmingham residents are ideal candidates for honest interviews and in-depth focus groups as part of a market research project. Take Part In Research are searching for participants who are willing to give up a few hours of their time to offer their opinion on local authority policies, latest new products, computer software, retail experiences and more.
Andrew Folkes, of Take Part in Research, says, “As one of the leading recruitment agencies for market research in the UK, we recruit in Birmingham for a variety of reasons and we are looking for opinionated, willing participants who can offer us some free time in return for some excellent rewards.”
The market research opportunities at Take Part In Research are all-encompassing, ranging from one-to-one chats to informal focus groups, with the occasional home visit or phone call. The sessions are chatty and friendly as opposed to formal box-ticking and extensive questioning; market research often performs best when participants are relaxed and offering up honest opinions. The vast majority of the sessions take a maximum of two hours, and participants are rewarded with a cash incentive of between £40 and £250 for the effort they have taken to provide their thoughts and ideas.
Whilst some of the market research recruitment agency’s clients may request that participants are of a certain age, background or with a certain hobby, for example, ‘men who shave regularly’ or ‘women under thirty who buy fashion magazines’, anyone who lives in the vicinity of Birmingham and can attend a research session can register with Take Part In Research. Market research often offers up the most accurate and detailed results from a varied and diverse compilation of people, so age, gender, background, career or hobbies are no barrier to signing up and offering important opinions that could help to shape the future.