An analysis of a company's Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats used by companies to evaluate their competitive position.
A technique for gathering data that involves asking people questions.
The process of finding patterns and anomalies (irregularities) in data to predict outcomes.
A careful monitoring of your surroundings, in order to detect early signs of opportunities and threats that may influence your current and future plans.
Involves researching and analyzing existing data that has already been collected by other outside sources.
Data that can be counted or compared on a scale, measuring things like rankings, statistics, percentages, and trends.
Research conducted with a scientific approach using two sets of variables.
Force respondents to provide a definitive answer or opinion to each question.
Non-numerical data that describes qualities and characteristics.
Involves researching and analyzing original data collected from first-hand experience.
The process of gathering and analyzing market and customer data and information that can be used to make marketing decisions, focusing on the 4Ps.
Research technique in which researchers watch how consumers interact in the market or with a product.
Questions that require the respondent to answer without being given a finite amount of pre-selected answer options to choose from