Does your research provide value for money?
Greg and Stephen discuss how to make sure a research project delivers value for money, based on Greg’s webinar.
Some keys are: thinking in advance about what you’re going to do with the results, proving the value of investing in customers, and making sure your survey basics are sound.
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