Take part in our Online Focus Groups and get paid for your time

We’re looking for people to take part in an Online Focus Group to gather thoughts and opinions on climate change and environmental issues within the food industry.

Due to current restrictions as a result of Covid-19, groups will be conducted online on a platform such as Zoom, so anyone can join from their home or work computer. The Online Focus Group will take place the week commencing 28th June 2021 lasting around 90 minutes. As a “thank you” for taking part in our research and sharing your thoughts with us, you will receive a £60 incentive.

(If you’ve never had the chance to participate in traditional or Online Focus Groups before then we suggest you read this brief introduction).

We would like to hear from you if:

You are aged between 16-45

You are living or working in the United Kingdom

You are a regular consumer of Fast Food

What’s Next?

If this sounds of interest to you or you know someone who might be eligible, please complete the form below before the deadline date of Friday 25th June 2021.

Once completed, a member of our team will be in touch within a few days where you will be asked to provide further information about yourself to assess whether you fit the profile required for this project. You will then be informed if you are eligible and if so, receive more detailed instructions about the project.

For any questions about our research, you may have, please feel free to email Raluca@visionone.co.uk.

If you would like to take part in research regularly then please join our Market Research community The Lounge, and if you would like to be considered for future focus groups, please tick the box at the end of the form and we will contact you for any focus group you’re suitable for.

Please complete the short form below and someone will be in touch with you shortly. Any information shared with us is kept confidential and is not share with any third party.

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