Membership Organisation Research


As a membership organisation, professional association or regulatory body, knowing what your members or registrants think to the organisation is crucial to ensure they receive the level of service that they expect from their membership or registration.


By undertaking research, you can gain valuable information such as:


  • What members think to the organisation
  • Members’ priorities
  • Use of and attitudes towards support, benefits and services offered
  • Registration fees and perceptions of value for money
  • Changes or improvements to services
  • Feedback on specific issues or areas of policy
  • Public perceptions and experiences of the profession


Enventure Research has worked with a number of organisations representing professions including town planning, dentistry, optometry, pharmacy, law and anaesthesia. We provide both quantitative research in the form of large representative online, postal and telephone surveys, and qualitative research in the form of focus groups and in depth interviews to explore particular issues in greater depth with the relevant target audience.


If you represent a membership organisation, professional association or regulatory body and are interested in undertaking research with either your members/registrants, the general public, or other stakeholders, please get in touch to find out how Enventure Research could help.


To find out more about what Enventure Research could offer your organisation, please read our information leaflet ‘Understanding Your Members Through Research and Consultation’


The following case studies demonstrate our experience of delivering research for membership organisations, professional associations and regulatory bodies:


Enventure Research is a MemberWise Recognised Supplier


Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you are interested in conducting any form of member research – we would be happy to help!

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