We can help you choose the right methodology to suit your research needs.
Another means of collecting data in a face-to-face setting, but also providing a great opportunity for resident engagement.
Using professional market research interviewers to guide respondents through a questionnaire is a tried and tested method of conducting quantitative
Allowing multiple users to access various online surveys, quick-polls and discussion forums to collect a wealth of useful data.
An increasingly popular and effective way of collecting data in a very efficient and cost-effective way.
A traditional but effective methodology to collect large amounts of data from a specific target audience.
An efficient and cost-effective way to collect data, particularly amongst widely dispersed audiences.
Group discussions guided by our trained moderators using creative deliberative techniques to explore a subject in detail.
A detailed discussion in a one-on-one setting to explore topics in greater depth.
Bringing together opposing views to better reach a better and more informed understanding for both parties.
Ethnographic approaches to find out exactly how people behave in certain environments.
Taking focus groups into an online setting to make insightful group discussion even easier.
"One of the most straightforward and uncomplicated project commissions I have been involved in procuring. Enventure's understanding of our project requirements was very quick and easy to establish. As a result, the project moved very quickly into the delivery phase without any time wasted on unnecessary meetings. Consultation results and recommendations provided will provide a robust evidence base to inform review of a key Council policy."
"Enventure carried out a postal survey of a sample of residents for the Housing section of Bradford Council. We were kept well informed at each stage of the project and communication was frequent and clear. I would recommend Enventure for similar projects in the future."
Sheffield City Council commissioned Enventure Research to undertake a face-to-face survey with Sheffield residents about their perceptions and attitudes towards the introduction of sign only 20mph areas across the city. A total of 250 residents were interviewed within five 20mph areas, and in areas of high footfall such as shopping areas and the City Centre. The results of the survey were directly compared to two previous surveys, which has enabled us to assess what the safety schemes have achieved as part of our evaluation of the 20mph programme. We were very pleased with the work carried out by the Enventure team, especially as we had limited resources and tight timescales, and would not hesitate to work with Enventure Research again.
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