Join paid focus groups with Take Part in Research!

Would you like to take part in paid focus groups and market research? Hundreds of companies and public sector organisations across the UK want to pay you for your feedback about the products and services you use.

This is your chance to influence future developments in product design, customer service, local authority policies, business modelling, motoring and medicine. If you have an opinion, it could be used to shape the future of products, services or even entire industries – our market research sessions have a reputation for being among the best in the business, and we have made a huge impact on many businesses as a result of the sessions we provide.

We’re looking for people who enjoy a good conversation and like to share their thoughts. Don’t worry about dressing up or preparing some research, interview-style; our sessions are completely informal and friendly. We provide refreshments and a relaxed atmosphere, and invite participants to be honest and open with our warm, approachable professional researchers.

We put on many different types of research in order to get the best results for our clients, and make the experience as enjoyable as possible for all participants. From informal paid focus groups and discussions, to the occasional phone call, home visit or online survey, we conduct paid research in a myriad of different ways, in accessible locations like London, Manchester and Birmingham.

Our market research discussions last between 30 minutes and 2 hours. They’re a fun way to make a difference, and you’ll generally receive a cash incentive of between £40 & £250 for taking part! Take a look around the site to find out more about how you could contribute to future development and earn some extra cash, or sign up today to search for market research opportunities in your area!

 

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Times – At a convenient time to suit you
Duration – 60-70 mins
Incentive – £40, £50 and £60 consecutively
Type of research – In home Interview

Dates – Throughout 2014
Incentive:Up to £100 by taking part in monthly tasks
Random prize draws – Amazon vouchers, iPads and Kindles
Type of research – Online Community

Dates: Throughout 2013/14
Duration: 2-2.5 Hour
Location: UK Wide
Incentive: £50
Research Type: In Store Mystery Shopping

• Dates – Throughout 2014
• Duration – Up to 2 hours
• Incentive – £50
• Type of research – Mystery Shopping

Date: 26th or 27th March
Location: West London
Incentive: £60 Amazon Vouchers
Type of research: Family Games Session

• Dates – Through Jan, Feb and Mar
• Duration – 45 mins – 1 Hour
• Incentive – £30 cash
• Type of research – Usability Tests

Dates – April 22nd – 9th May
Location – Essex
Incentive – £100 Voucher
Type of Research – In-Home Study

Location: London
Length: 2 hours
Incentive: £75-150
Dates: 8th – 11th May

Date – 24th April, 26th April, 7th May or 8th May
Times – In the evening
Duration – 2 hours

Incentive – between £70.00 to £90.00!
Type of research – Group Discussion
Location – London

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woman

“I think it’s great!  I like giving my opinion on things and this is a way of getting paid for it!  When I was at home with the children I enjoyed sharing my opinion about baby products.  Now I’m working I’ve been asked to talk …

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man

“There were about ten of us lads debating the shape, design and all other aspects of a new condom brand. I felt like I was actually influencing the design and specifications of the item we were discussing that night. I gained a real insight into …

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man

“I’m an electrician so I thought, you know, what do I know about market research and stuff? But I was really surprised, they’re actually interested in hearing from people like me too! Because it’s a different sort of life in the trades, we do stuff …

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man

I took part in a telephone interview regarding the duty free at terminal 3 at Heathrow. I thought it was a really good survey because as a frequent business traveller I rarely notice these things at the airport but it made me more aware of …

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woman

“I took part in a research group about contact lenses. It was interesting getting to hear others thoughts and experiences of them because I have been wearing them for years and it can’t be quite a chore wearing them sometimes so to find out other …

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woman

“I recently took part in research on a new design of candle, this was a well organised project which was carried out as I’d been advised e.g pick up/drop off, questionnaires … As always I found the team at Take Part in Research to be …

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