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Market Research Group - RRS

Read Recruitment Services

. As a Melbourne based market research recruitment agency, RRS can recruit people just like you to attend focus group discussions and one-on-one interviews.
. These focus groups are held in order to find out what ordinary people think about goods and services. The subject matter can vary enormously from supermarket shopping to mobile phones, holidays to investment portfolios, with groups typically lasting around 1.5-2 hours. Eight people share their views (absolutely no selling is involved) about the topic at hand.
.As an incentive to attend and a thank-you for your contribution, you will receive a payment, which is rarely below $40 and can be more. Refreshments are provided to welcome you.
.Successful group discussions depend on the 'right' people attending. For example, if the subject under discussion is mobile phones, then only people with mobile phones will be invited. As a recruiting agency we need reliable records on large numbers of people of all types to ensure this.
. If you, other members of your household or family and friends are keen to be considered for group discussions or interviews, please complete the REGISTRATION form. We will then be able to contact you in future for particular groups. Normally we will contact you and may need to ask a few more questions to establish suitability; you will then be invited to attend a group discussion or interview at a comfortable venue.
.Please be assured we work in accordance with the National Privacy Principles. Any information you provide will be treated in the strictest confidence and not used for any other purpose unless we have your prior permission. As members of the Australia Market & Social Research Society, we are bound by their code of conduct and anything said during the course of a group discussion or interview will not be related back to you in any way.
.Focus group discussions and interviews have proven to be an excellent way for you to rewarded for nothing more than your opinion on interesting subjects which you are generally familiar with and have knowledge of. Many people who attend comment on how much they have enjoyed it.

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