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For the not for profit and voluntary sector, market research helps maximise impact through the application of robust insight and intelligence.

Ask for not for profit sector research

Bridge the gap between ideas and insight

Bridge the gap between ideas and insight

We support the not for profit sector in helping meet specific strategic objectives.

Based on fulfilling market demand and achieving desired impacts, we work with a wide range of internal, partner and external audiences. We help to meet a diversity of needs, including those of service users, clients, the public, businesses, stakeholders, supporters, volunteers and funders.

Maximising impact is achieved through effective service, support and product provision. This includes establishing market need and demand, service and product development, evaluation, measuring impact, informing marketing and communication strategies and influencing funding and support activities.

Our clients include:

  • Country Land and Business Association
  • The Stroke Association
  • Chartered Institute of Housing
  • Association of Convenience Stores
  • Cobalt Unit Appeal Fund
  • CIC
  • Tourism Partnership North Wales
  • CSCS
  • Show Racism the Red Card
  • R3 - Association of Business Recovery Professionals
  • Community Council of Shropshire
  • Rail Passenger Committee
  • Mobility Link
  • Business Link West Midlands
  • Merseytravel
  • Black Country Learning & Skills Council
  • Opportunity Bewdley
  • Colleges & Universities - Leicester, Rodbaston, Harper Adams, Wolverhampton
  • Shropshire Chamber of Commerce.

Ask for Research proved to be the perfect partner for our external evaluation. The experience, flexibility and personal approach of Angie and her team was invaluable to the success of our project. They delivered a robust, cost effective and professional evaluation, meeting all of our deadlines along the way. In the current economic climate when monitoring and evaluation is more crucial than ever, I would have no hesitation in recommending Ask for Research for any external evaluation.

Paul Kearns

Deputy Chief Executive

SRtRC