Alcohol is big business—sure, cannabis is starting to encroach on the after work ‘take the edge off’ market, but alcohol remains as American as apple pie (which is also a type of moonshine). Among changing demographics, social attitudes, and relationships to substances, we thought it was a good time to put our finger on the pulse of the drinking nation.
Welcome back, you marvelous miracles of market research! Market Research 101 is back in session, and, having already talked about customer intercepts and panel surveys, it's time to move into focus groups. People often confuse focus groups and panel surveys--we are here to sort out the difference.
Hey there, you beautiful market research nerds. Back for more? Last week, we told you everything you need to know about panel surveys; this week, it's time for customer intercepts! One of the most versatile market research methodologies in the toolkit, customer intercepts put businesses directly in touch with their actual customers.
Yeah, we know it’s summer, but at TrendSource, school is about to start up again. That’s because we are starting a new blog project, Market Research 101. Each week, we will break down a particular market research methodology, explaining what is is, how it’s used, and everything else you need to know. First up, Panel Surveys!
“You can feel it in the streets, on a day like this, that heat, it feels like summer.” That’s right, from Gambino’s lips to our ears, it’s that time of year again; dig into the closet, unpack your seersuckers and white linen pants: summer is almost here!