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Assisted interview

Assisted interview

By interviewing consumers on their needs, perceptions and expectations, assisted interviews seek to reflect real situations. We are committed to delivering you complete solutions which provide concrete answers to strategic demands.

In practice:

We select instruments which use superior technologies and we design a marketing survey customized for the company’s demands.

The assisted interviews we conduct most often for our clients are of the following type:


We develop assisted interviews both for your BtoC and BtoB targets, no matter your field.

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The assisted interview conducted as part of a market survey has as its main objective the involvement and interrogation of the target audience, both BtoC and BtoB, on strategic themes for your company.

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