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Will Epidemiologists Get Back To “Normal” Before Us?

Will Epidemiologists Get Back To “Normal” Before Us?

Hillary Stifler, Vice President

On June 8, 2020, The New York Times published

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12 Tips for Successful Virtual Ideation

12 Tips for Successful Virtual Ideation

Linda McGivern, Vice President

Working at home and travel restrictions have forced a wholesale migration to the virtual world for consumer research, workshops, and even ideations

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Utilizing Communities + Panels in Uncertain Times

Utilizing Communities + Panels in Uncertain Times

Alex Knepler, Community Health Manager, Communities and Panels

As the entire globe grapples with the unprecedented situation that we currently find ourselves in, we recognize that we are all in this together.

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What Does Agile Research and Photography Have in Common?

What Does Agile Research and Photography Have in Common?

Erika Hammer, Vice President

I’ve never considered myself much of an artist.

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Celebrating Pride in 2020

Celebrating Pride in 2020

Anna Rossi, Senior Analyst

Even though the usual parades and weekend festivals had to be canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, the spirit of Pride month can’t be canceled.

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Trends in the Time of Coronavirus: Revisiting Some 2020 Trends

Trends in the Time of Coronavirus: Revisiting Some 2020 Trends

Zoe Honeycutt, Qualitative Analytical Support Specialist

A few months ago—pre-COVID19—we highlighted three trends that we felt could have the biggest impact on consumer behavior and sp

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Overcoming Work-From-Home Pitfalls and Staying Productive

Overcoming Work-From-Home Pitfalls and Staying Productive

Tim Pienkowski, Quantitative Research Associate

With COVID-19 and the shelter in place orders, working from home has become

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Revisiting COVID-19: American Consumers 60 Days Later

Revisiting COVID-19: American Consumers 60 Days Later

Hillary Stifler, Vice President

As soon as COVID-19 proved itself to be a big deal by keeping us, and many Americans, safe at home, C+R Research developed a COVID-19 Task Force to keep a pulse on changing consumer behaviors.

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