We offer a specialist field and tab service to other leading market research companies, consultancies and clients in the UK and around the world for market research in all business sectors.
Drawing upon our large interviewing field-force, we are able to provide a highly cost-effective, fast and flexible service while still maintaining the high professional standards that have formed an essential part of our success.
Our team will project manage your study to include all aspects of fieldwork, coding and data processing, before providing you with bespoke data for in-house analysis.
As part of a full-service agency, we are also able to provide advice on the data collection methodology, sampling and questionnaire design if required.
GfK Telephone Interviewing Services Ltd (TIS) is the telephone field force providing services to the GfK Group, and other Research agencies. The range of fieldwork that TIS undertake includes: Automotive; Business; Financial; Media; Social & Political; Tracking; and Technology; UK and International. We also have a specialist qualitative unit offering in depth global telephone interviews.
ORS is a specialist applied social research organisation that works mainly for the public sector. Our work is primarily concerned with the following areas of research:
- Housing Needs and Market Assessments including gypsy and traveler accommodation assessments and House Condition surveys
- Health, including promotion and primary and secondary care
- Local government
- Emergency Services – especially Fire Service and Police
- Tourism and Leisure
We use a wide range of methodologies including personal interview, telephone and postal surveys, and we specialise on both quantitative and qualitative consultation, as shown below. Quantitative social research including, in particular, residents, tenants and user surveys: – Citizens’ Panels – Housing needs and market modelling and assessment – PLACE surveys for local authorities, police and fire & rescue services – BME and Gypsy-Traveller surveys – Healthcare studies – Employee surveys including national cultural audit development
Qualitative research in particular for health, housing, hard to reach social groups, local government and emergency services, and employee surveys, using the following methods: – Focus groups – In depth interviews – Community and Stakeholder Forums
Consultancy & Training – Consultancy and facilitation skills training – Management development programmes to follow up survey findings – Core values – Citizens’ Panel management