respondi wishes you a very Merry Christmas!

Another eventful years draws to an end. This year, we are especially pleased to be able to send Christmas Greetings and best wishes for 2012 from Cologne, Paris and London.

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3D Digital Dimensions ESOMAR conference in Miami

In a newly defined social economy, ESOMAR hosted the 3D Digital Dimensions conference in Miami, Florida in October 2011. The conference promised to break down each element of this social

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Is panellist loyalty possible with facebook? An experiment

Almost 18 months ago we began to communicate with our panellists through facebook: an experiment for which we are now able to draw a conclusion- with interesting results. In the

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The ESOMAR Congress 2011 – A review

In 1948, 29 people met in Amsterdam; a meeting which would go down in history as the first ESOMAR congress. This year, almost 65 years later, more than 1 000

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respondi AG announced today that it is opening a subsidiary in the UK. Following the foundation of the Paris branch, the London office is now respondi’s second subsidiary in Europe.

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High participation involvement with “mingle Trend”

Interactive web: panellists would like to be more involved During the relaunch of our panel platform last year, we asked ourselves how we could ensure that we provide our customers

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Panel management insights: Panel quality by categorisation of members

High panel quality is our strength. Quality indicates on the one hand high-quality interviews and on the other hand a stable response rate. This response, i.e. the number of participants

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Thumbs up for mingle

Results of the satisfaction survey with our panellists It has been a year since we re-designed our respondi panel and luanched repsondi mingle; an opinion platform in the UK and

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Smartphone – a connected tool

Orkan Dolay – Managing Director of respondi France – was interviewed by Marketing Magazine on the topic of mobile surveys. MM: When did you start to use mobile phones as

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Social Media and Market research – series of lectures at respondi

“Up until now the knowledge of human behaviour has been based on the insights of Homo oeconomicus. Here it is assumed that a person desires to maximise his advantage and

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