Join us on Friday, December 5 for a full day of immersion into the world of Online Qualitative research.
If you are looking to get started in Online Qualitative or grow the amount of Online Qualitative research you conduct in the new year and gain a glimpse into online natives (Millennials), you won’t want to miss this workshop.
Online Qualitative research has opened up our research toolbox in so many ways to enable different kinds of connections and interactions than ever before. But learning curves to dive in can be steep, and some clients are still hesitant, even if you know it’s the right thing to do.
These sessions can help build your confidence to ‘sell’ (I know we all hate that word, but sometimes we have to do it, right?) online qualitative to your clients at the right time, overcome their barriers/objections and as a result build your business. You will gain a better understanding what tools are best for which situations, try some of the newer ones out while we peek into what’s really new and hot and what’s delivering results right now.
Part 1: How to win more online qualitative projects. Layla will take you through some of the main objections that clients tend to have related to trying online and how to proactively prepare for them in your proposals, and deal with them when they come up in conversations, helping you win more online qualitative business (when it’s the right thing to do).
Part 2: What’s hot in Online Qualitative Research. Layla will take you on a journey including case studies through topics that will help you gain a better understanding of which tools to use when, how these tools are really helping clients get deep meaningful insights that are different from their in-person research, and how to design projects to ensure they are engaging for the participant. We will also explore a cutting-edge tool to assess what we think about its addition to the online toolkit.
Multiple hands-on demos will be included in the sessions.
Part 3: Millennials – The real deal. We’ve all heard the buzz. Millennials are an order of magnitude larger than boomers and will change everything.
Hanson will help separate truth from myth, highlighting key demographic and lifestyle trends/tensions. Further, Hanson will share three other key marketing trends that Millennials have helped shape: food culture, the sharing economy and the changing landscape of social/digital/video.
Understanding what makes this group tick will help not only help you to better design research to reach them, but also bring better insight to your clients who have zeroed in on the importance of this massive consumer group.
9:30-10:00 am: Meet and Greet/Registration with light breakfast
10:00-10:15: Chapter Announcements
10:15-10:30: Intro/Warm Up, including a hands-on live ‘chat' discussion
10:30-10:50: The Basics – Review of Online Tools Techniques and Terms
10:50-12:00: How to Win More Online Projects
12:00-1:00 pm: Lunch
1:00-1:30: Iterative Online Qualitative – what it is and why it really works
1:30-2:30: Getting Participants Jazzed – Engagement in online qualitative (storytelling, projectives, drag and drops, sorting, mobile; hands-on demos to be included)
2:30-3:00: Facial Coding: What do we think? (Hands On)
3:00-4:00: Millennials: The Real Deal – presentation and discussion (including research on, and research with, Millennials)
4:00-4:15: Final Q&A and Wrap up
About the speakers
In 2008 Layla Shea started Upwords to design and moderate online qualitative research for some of North America’s biggest brands. Layla’s unique background as a Marketer (Coca-Cola, S.C. Johnson), Consumer Insights Consultant, Facilitator, and RIVA-Trained Focus Group Moderator has honed her qualitative research skills from all angles. Layla is a global award-winning qualitative research consultant who has conducted over 100 online studies with everyone from teens to CEOs. Layla makes projects fun for her participants and easy for her clients with a focus to delivering actionable insights that enable better business decisions.
A millennial himself, Hanson Lok regularly attends conferences and events to learn all he can about what makes this diverse segment tick. Hanson Lok is Vice President at Lux Insights, a boutique market insights firm, and is both a seasoned moderator and an analytics guru. His sectorial expertise covers technology, video gaming and real estate and he heads up several accounts for Lux (including Nintendo, ICBC and Colliers International.)
Friday, December 5, 2014
9:30 am - 4:15 pm PST
Continental breakfast and lunch included
SmartPoint Research, 1140 Homer St, Vancouver
$100 for QRCA members
$150 for QRCA non-members
Please RSVP no later than Tuesday, December 2:
To reserve your spot, email Nancy Hardwick and then send a check (made out to “PNW Chapter of QRCA”) to:
8720 SE 45th Street
Mercer Island, WA 98040
Your check guarantees your spot.
Given the popularity of these events, and the fact that we ordered food for you, if you register you must pay, whether or not you attend.
We look forward to seeing you at this exciting workshop!
Your QRCA Pacific Northwest Chapter Leadership
Jeff Etherton, Chapter Co-Chair
Paula Rosecky, Chapter Co-Chair
Nancy Hardwick, Treasurer
Claire Booth, Canadian Liaison