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Face to face interview

Face to face interview

Ellipse Marketing’s objective is the exhaustive documentation of all marketing research it conducts. We see it as the only way through which we can fully showcase all the possible strategic initiatives which are truly effective in fostering customer growth.

In practice:

We customize the instruments we employ and we design a special marketing survey for your company’s demands.

We conduct face to face interview of the following type:

 Lexicon:

A face to face interview is conducted as part of marketing surveys which require an in-depth, detailed analysis, while, at the same time, need to ensure the targeted profiles are reliably represented.

Face to face interviews can be conducted individually or within a group, being used both by BtoC and BtoB marketing surveys.

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