Category Archives: Research Blogs and Communities

Photo recap from Quirk’s Summer Party!

We had a blast hosting Quirk’s Summer Part at The Gage Chicago Chicago, a free event for researchers looking to network with their peers in a casual, comfortable environment. A huge thank you to our sponsors and everyone who came … Continue reading

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Best in show at The Quirk’s Event

We’ve received the results of our attendee survey and it’s clear the inaugural Quirk’s Event was a success! Attendees were delighted with the fun and unique networking and learning opportunities the event had to offer. Held February 23-24 at the … Continue reading

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Will research get the election right?

Of all the recent changes in marketing research I’ve been particularly fascinated by those that are pushing the limits of traditional research by combining data sets. With today being Election Day in the United States, I thought it would be … Continue reading

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Welcome to Quirk’s blog!

For almost 25 years Quirk’s Marketing Research Review has vetted, aggregated, edited and organized marketing research content to help market researchers understand the value and proper use of research. For every story we publish in our magazine or e-newsletter, however, … Continue reading

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