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Adhering to the highest compliance standards, our integrated market research methodologies marry the expertise of our internal solutions team with the real-world insights of our network of approximately 1 million experts.
Do you need to better understand a market? What product features does your customer really want? What messaging resonates with them best? Is your pricing optimal?
GLG’s Integrated Insights can help answer questions like these.
Read About Some Recent GLG Research Engagements
Planning a Product Launch
A medical device company planned to launch a new device in the United States. GLG’s research helped them align the right pricing and features to the target audience so they could proceed with confidence.
Planning for a New Drug/Device
A biotech company turned to GLG to commission a forecasting study that combined qualitative and quantitative methodologies in order to plan for the demand of a new drug/device combination.
Assessing IoT Growth Opportunities
By pairing an experienced market research team with a panel of highly relevant subject matter experts, GLG helped pinpoint sales messaging for the right OEMs.
Breaking into the European Market
To strategize which markets to enter first as well as which products to prioritize for development, a pharmaceutical company turned to GLG for a careful balance of qualitative and quantitative research analysis.
Our experts have deep research experience. Read some of their best practices.
Three Ways to Apply Qualitative Research
There are three popular ways to conduct qualitative research: focus groups, online discussion boards, and senior advisors. Depending on your needs and budget, each approach—or a combination— may be appropriate for your project.
What Is Conjoint Analysis?
Conjoint analysis is a powerful form of value-based pricing research for new product and feature pricing, and is also helpful for determining the best feature/benefit mix for your market.
What Type of Survey Do You Need?
What type of survey is best given your research goals? GLG explores the six most common types of surveys and what each can help you learn.