research-i is a friendly, energetic and responsive UK qualitative participant recruitment agency. Established in 2017 by two of the sector's most experienced professionals, we pride ouselves on offering a wealth of knowledge across a variety of subjects and always have a positive, can-do attitude.
With an extensive database, growing at a rate of 50+ new members each day, fresh participants are a guarantee. The majority of the research-i database has never taken part in research before. We are continually looking for innovative ways to access members of the public so that we can provide you with the very best participants for your projects.
We are able to conduct participant recruitment in all major UK cities but as our reach has a wide UK coverage we can also help with remote testing in rural areas, that are often hard to access. Never afraid to think outside the box, even the most challenging of briefs can be made a huge success.
Our areas of expertise include: Game Testing, Online Communities, Mobile Technology, UX Testing, Group Discussions, Depth Interviews, In-Home Ethnography and Remote Testing. We can help you find the perfect participants for your projects and whilst we can cover virtually all profiles we pride ourselves on locating those who are Students, Working Adults, Parents, Children or Teens and Tech-Savvy individuals.
research-i is a very personable company to work with. Nothing is ever too much trouble and we are always willing to go the extra mile for you on your project.
Cornwall TR18 4AE
research-i is a Recruitment Agency established in 2017 with 2-5 full-time employees.
Employees who are AQR members
Skills, Expertise and Services
- Group Discussions and Focus Groups
- Online Diaries and Blogs
- Qualitative Recruitment
- Web Usability Research
Membership of Professional Organisations
- The Market Research Society
- The Independent Consultants Group
For further information about research-i please contact them directly at the address shown above. When contacting this company, please mention that you found them on the AQR website.