Complete suite of services for the market research needs of companies here and abroad which penetrate into the perceptions and insights of today’s customer, employee, or citizen.
In-Depth Understanding of Profiles or Segments
As we get nearer to the 2022 PH presidential election cycle, polling becomes an important information tool for industries and candidates in order to predict outcomes. Our polling services provide you the snapshot in time needed to predict a finite future result, usually an election – horse races and generic ballots.
RLR Research has the following polling solutions:
CATI, CAPI, CAWI, and in-person. We can do face-to-face interviews with up-to-date safeguards and standards during this time of pandemic.
RLR’s consumer studies provide insights on inclinations, motivations, preferences, and purchasing behavior of targeted consumers to help marketers understand the fundamental reasons behind consumer choices.
The automotive industry includes many subgroups including vehicle engineering, design; next generation manufacturing (including component and automotive parts); distribution (including re-selling); and aftermarket services and parts replacement.
RLR’s automotive researches leverage technology and data to provide clients insights, forecasts, and advice across every major market and the entire automotive value chain- from product planning to marketing, sales, and the aftermarket.
Learning about people and societies so clients can create products and services that cater to various needs of the people.
RLR recognizes that different socio-economic groups from different parts of the country think differently. Various aspects of human behavior need to be addressed to understand their thoughts and feedback about the social world. Social research can be prompted for various reasons – new feature, new market trend, or an upgrade in old technology.
RLR conducts social research through qualitative and quantitative methods to analyze a variety of social occurrences.
Qualitative: direct communication with members of a market, observation; results are focused more on being accurate rather than generalizing to the entire population
Quantitative: use of statistical analysis to evaluate data collected via surveys, polls or questionnaires.