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October 23, 2019

Generally, market research surveys aim to reach decision-makers, whether this be household consumers or corporate professionals. When comparing B2B and B2C audiences however, corporate B2B customers can be much harder to reach.


Executive interviewing is b...

December 24, 2016

In-depth interviews (IDIs) are a form of qualitative marketing research where an interviewer spends significant time with a participant, diving into a customer experience (CX.) Research interviews like IDIs are conducted in-person, by phone, or through vi...

November 8, 2016

In-depth interviews (IDIs) are a tried and true form of qualitative research that can provide a research team with a lot of insight. IDIs are exactly what they sound like, extended interviews with research participants (customers, non-customers, stakehold...

October 29, 2016

Choosing between qualitative and quantitative market research can be a tricky choice. Although surveys and in-depth interviews (IDIs) can both be conducted by phone, decision-makers often wonder what the difference between the two is? What insights can be...

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