Harris Interactive’s Transport, Travel, & Tourism Practice combines our rich expertise in market research with our adviser’s knowledge of the sector to solve client issues which are essential in driving business forward.
We would love you to join us on 28th June from 08:30-11:00 to discover how you can PopUP a short term community extremely quickly and use it to discover and drive detailed insights, engaging your participants with dynamic live chats and integrated short surveys seamlessly.
You’ll get the full experience of being a real participant, as well as hear from special guests about how a PopUP community helped them get to the crux of a pertinent topic.
Snap: Hear what the fuss is all about and what’s so great about PopUP Communities. A little about the abilities of the tool and why brands are already using PopUP communities to help them get ahead
Crackle: Hear how our special guest was able to get deeper insight via PopUP Communities and what their experience was with the tool itself
PopUP: Visit the pods and join in the live demo to see what it’s really like for a participant on the other side. Plus, hear about our other tools, running 24 hour turnaround quant surveys, tapping into our live chat tool, or opening a discussion forum to support your insight via our own Harris Community
Cinema Room, Soho Hotel
4 Richmond Mews
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Thank you for the terrific presentation today. Our senior marketing manager was thrilled with the level of detail and quality of the research saying “this is fantastic - we need to do more things like this.”