Our research projects deal with a handful to more than one million people. Typically projects involve somewhere between 1,000-10,000 respondents (if a quantitative survey is involved). We combine a variety of quantitative and qualitative techniques in a single project, such as conducting personal interviews and focus groups before potentially moving onto a web survey.
We conduct market and social research plus collect information/data, then analyse and report on it.
Examples of market research include:
- International student survey where personal financial information was collected from 5,000 students
- Research for the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) where tax file numbers were collected as part of the research
- Student Finances Survey where itemised personal income and expense data was collected from over 20,000 international and domestic, postgraduate and undergraduate university students
- Program evaluation of government initiatives and programs
- School surveys of teachers, parents and students
- Customer satisfaction of manufacturing clients
- Customer loyalty of commercial paint buyers
- Market feasibility of new fuel charge card
- Feasibility studies for commercial organisations.
Examples of social research include:
- Settlement experiences of recent migrants
- Research into the experiences of asylum seeker detainees within detention centres around Australia
- Collecting data on court-ordered out of home care students across Victorian Government schools
- Defence census covering a range of work and social issues
- Visitor experiences to a major public park
- Regulatory knowledge of game hunters
- Veteran’s health experiences
- Feasibility of the Federal government holding personal medical and other details
- Evaluation of civil dispute resolution legislation.
Examples of data collection include:
- IT expenditure across all agencies & departments of a State government
- Collection of price information for commercial purposes
- Audit of personal school costs borne by families
- Facilities benchmarking data across universities
- Business diagnostic tool to help SMEs to transition to Industry 4.0
- Identification of defence capability among Australian businesses and by industry sector
- Commercial waste statistics
- Mystery shopping.