Commissioned Research is available to organizations that serve the needs of small businesses and is membership- or non-member-based. The focus of this service is on providing research findings to inform the organization's decision-making. The research is wholly-paid for by the organization and conducted in confidence and in accordance with a Commissioned Research Agreement.
TYPES OF COMMISSIONED RESEARCH SERVICES
Consists of a facilitator and participants who are gathered to discuss a topic. Typically two or more focus groups are used in a given research project. An advantage of using focus groups is that it provides a social context for individuals to exchange ideas about the desirability of a service rather than maintain a perspective held in isolation.
BBBCRI conducted focus groups of small business owners to determine their ideas on ways to make business training more engaging for the participants.
A poll in which participants are interviewed, questioned, or observed so that their attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors are determined to help develop programs and initiatives for members of an organization.
Membership organization seeks knowledge about the type of programming its members may desire; survey members’ satisfaction; identify relevant training; identify marketing strategies.
Researcher repeatedly measures traits of the participants over a period of time in order to trace developmental trends.
NFIB Research Foundation's longitudinal survey titled “Small Business’s Introduction to the Affordable Care Act At Five Years”. The study measured the impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on small business owners and the small group health insurance market.
GET A QUOTE FOR A COMMISSIONED RESEARCH SERVICE
Please provide your information below, in order to get a quote for a Commissioned Research service. You will be contacted by a staff member as soon as possible.