No Cows, Just the Research Answers You’re Looking For
May 22, 2014 | admin
Often people who’ve never been to Omaha come in expecting cornfields, cattle and cowboys. If that’s really what you’re looking for, we can definitely point you in the right direction. Otherwise, you may be surprised at the thriving metropolitan area you find. We love introducing our city to clients from across the country and then watching them come back time and time again because their experience here was so positive.
The greater Omaha area is home to over 76,000 businesses, including five Fortune 500 companies and a booming start-up community. But it’s not the city that’s of special interest to researchers, it’s the people who live here—over 925,000 in the metro area. Articulate, educated, honest, diverse, quality respondents to provide the insights your business (or your client’s business) is looking for.
It’s our job to make sure you have the right people to talk to and a comfortable, professional place to do so. We’re proud that our focus group facility recently received a “Top Rated” designation in the Impulse Survey for the ninth consecutive year. This survey of over 5,000 moderators and researchers worldwide is published annually by Impulse Research Corporation of Los Angeles.
Ratings are based on researchers’ personal experience in areas such as personnel, recruiting, conference and viewing room accommodations, location, best online casino service provided and overall value. We take these items very seriously and focus on providing a quality experience for both clients and participants. It’s nice to see these efforts have paid off and we appreciate the recognition. Really, though, the relationships we’ve built with clients and the business problems we’ve helped them solve are what’s most important.
Whether you’re looking for a full service research experience or a partner to help with recruiting, set-up and facility management, we can help. The Omaha community is ready to share ideas and opinions with you!
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