Can you help? We are on the lookout for grocery shoppers aged 25-45 who are living or working in Watford or Northwest London to take part in a focus group research in December. We would love to hear from you if you buy pre-packed breakfast goodies/patisserie like Croissants, Pain au Chocolat, Brioche buns etc.
Our focus groups will take place in Northwest London in Watford. Focus groups are carefully recruited to consist of 6-8 like-minded people which are moderated by one of professional qualitative researchers. These groups will last an hour and a half we’ll be paying you £60 cash. (If you’ve never been fortunate to participate in focus groups before then we suggest you read this brief introduction).
The research will look at your thoughts and ideas around packaged bakery and pastry goods. So please get in touch if you are male or female aged 24-45 years old and live or work in or around Watford before Monday 3rd December when applications will close.
We would like to hear from you if you are:
- The main grocery shopper in your household (male or female)
- Aged between 25-45+ years old
- Are living or working in or around Watford or North West London
- Date for London: 10th December 2018 (Evening)
- Location: Northwest London, Watford
- Incentive: £60
- Closing date for applications: Monday 3rd December
Your Next Steps
If this sounds of interest to you or you know someone who might be eligible then please complete the form below. Please remember the deadline for applications is the 3rd December 2018. A member of our team will be in touch with you once you have completed the form to capture a few more details about yourself. This follow up is to assess whether you fit the profile required for this project. You will then be informed if you are eligible and then receive more detailed instructions about the project and answer any queries you might have.
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