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Fact-finding survey

Fact-finding survey

The benefits of an efficiently conducted fact-finding survey are, in most cases, reduced to certain types of objectives. In spite of this, a fact-finding survey is an important contribution towards achieving one’s objectives for a wide range of research.

You have at your disposal all the expertise and availability for listening specific to Ellipse Marketing to design your research project depending on your business objectives.

In practice:

Based on the market research profile and on the already available surveys, a fact-finding survey can contain one or multiple stages, such as the following:


The fact-finding stage occurs before the implementation of any research methodology, even if, sometimes, it is not treated as an activity independent of the project.

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The fact-finding survey reunites all required research methods, seeking to create a solid knowledge-base for future stages, to adapt commissioned methodologies and optimize instruments.

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