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Interim debrief

A summary of key issues or findings emerging from a study, given to the client before the completion of the project. Sometimes this will be produced in response to unexpected business needs arising during the course of the study. In other cases, an interim debrief will have been scheduled into the project from the outset, perhaps to allow collaborative review and amendment of the project design or the stimulus material.

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