Business Research Center

Decision Making

To do your job well, you need to access quality information. Decision makers can effectively use group intelligence to test new ideas, discover trends and gain market insights into challenges of current or new business, technology and insurance products or projects.

How you can develop market intelligence.

By being a sponsor you can:

  • Tap into the knowledge of a special team of experts in different industries and fields.
  • Explore new ideas.
  • Discover and anticipate possible problems.
  • Conduct research and market research surveys.
  • Cost effectively gather vital information for decision making in your organization.

Sponsors include market research firms, consulting firms, Fortune 500 and SMB companies, organizations and associations, and also political organizations.

Business Research Center

See panel selection parameters for research and surveys and also sponsor application.

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Expert Panels You Can Use

As a sponsor you can access the following panels. Expert panel fields include various primary categories with specific sub-categories in each major B2B industry NAICS group. Each group is further segmented into sub-groups (small business, law firms, contractors, hospitals, etc.), geography, size and by job function.

l Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting l Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction l Utilities
l Construction l Manufacturing l Wholesale trade
l Retail trade l Transportation and warehousing l Information
l Finance and insurance l Real estate and rental and leasing l Professional, scientific, and technical services
l Management of companies and enterprises l Administrative and support and waste management and remediation services l Educational services
l Health care and social assistance l Arts, entertainment, and recreation l Accommodation and food services
l Other services (except public administration) l Industries not classified    

Consumer B2C groups are segmented by geography, sex, income, education, home ownership, occupation, interests, etc.

Contact us to learn more.