Markets love being known for things. Hampton Roads is no different when it comes to its beaches , universities, ports/shipping, military bases, and more, but here’s something people probably didn’t know: according a Nielsen’s Scarborough Research (Release 2, 2015), Hampton Roads ranks #1 in percentage of adults that drink at least one Red Bull […]
You can’t help but laugh when you open a box that’s full of brains. We just received our “promotional swag” this week.
Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance, by Angela Duckworth I grew up with two incredibly smart and “talented” older brothers and felt I was also searching for that niche athletic and academic area where I could stand apart. To make a long story short, I finally found my way to marketing research (now that’s […]
Online surveys seem to have changed the expectations of open-ended questions over the last few years. Let’s not forget that open-ended questions solicit open-ended responses (if any response in some cases), and quantifying the feedback is not in our best interest of time or analysis. Open-ended questions in a paper or online environment don’t allow […]
Economists are overrated…that’s what makes Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner so appealing. They seem to recognize it and focus their efforts on the strange questions that get thrown around late in the evening when you combine nerds and alcohol.