GRIT survey is launched!

Twice a year GreenBook asks you and other insights professionals to help us understand what’s shaping our industry. Only your participation in the GRIT Survey makes the GRIT Report.

Want to give back to our industry? It’s time for the Q3-Q4 2017 wave, and we’d like to ask you to take 15 minutes to share your experience and opinions. Head over to the survey.

This GRIT Report is diving into topics that impact researchers every day, by exploring the role of research in the organization and who owns the data, time spent on research functions, adoption of emerging methods, satisfaction with suppliers, financial outlook, and more.

As a small token of thanks, you’ll receive a PDF copy of the report straight to your inbox as soon as the report hits the (virtual!) shelves, as well as access to a special GRIT data portal.

A quick note: Because many of the GRIT tracking questions in this edition were developed in the pre-mobile era, it’s challenging to optimize them for a mobile experience and maintain data consistency. We recommend completing this survey on a desktop, laptop, or tablet.

Take the Survey

Thanks in advance for sharing your perspective!

Thanks to Our GRIT Partners

Research Partners
AscribeAYTM – Ask Your Target MarketBakamo SocialConsensus PointG3 TranslateGen2 AdvisorsLightspeedMichigan State UniversityMROC Japan – Community Solutions CompanymTABMultivariate SolutionsNewMROfficeReportsResearch NowResearchscape InternationalStakeholder Advisory ServicesVirtual Incentives

Sample Partners
A.C. Nielsen Center for Marketing Research at The Wisconsin School of BusinessAEDEMO AIMAMAIAmerican Marketing Association New YorkAsia Pacific Research Committee (APRC)ARIAAustralian Market & Social Research Society (AMSRS)BAQMaRBVAMRSNext Gen Market Research (NGMR),OdinText Inc.ProvokersQualitative Research Consultants AssociationThe Research ClubThe UTA MSMR Alumni AssociationUniversity of Georgia | MRII,Women In Research

About AMSRS 352 Articles
The Australian Market & Social Research Society Limited (AMSRS) is a not-for-profit professional membership body of over 2,000 market and social research professionals who are dedicated to increasing the standard and understanding of market and social research in Australia. The Society assists members to develop their careers by heightening professional standards and ethics in the fields of market and social research.

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