Our 21st Birthday in Numbers

Our 21st birthday year in 2023 at Ask for Research sees us celebrating our establishment in our third decade.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our clients and associates who, for over a fifth of a century, have provided us with such a vibrant environment in which to work.

Over the past 2.1 decades we have appreciated the goodwill of a diversity of respondents, providing their contribution of time, insight, consideration and engagement.

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We have enjoyed 21 years of working with professionals across all industry sectors.

The last 252 months have been of great interest, conducting our research which has covered a wide variety of survey areas across all geographies of the UK.

Over these 1092 weeks, we have had the pleasure of working with a diversity of companies, organisations and charities.

The 7670 days (5 leap years!) of research have provided us with a wide range of topics to investigate and analyse, from surveys with the public, service users, communities and consumers through to professionals, industry specialists and stakeholders.

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The 184,080 hours have supported our engagement with over 150,000 survey respondents.

The past 11,044,800 minutes have supported our full range of quantitative and qualitative research activities and analysis.

All types of face-to-face, postal, online and telephone forms of respondent engagement have been incorporated on many occasions over the 662,688,000 seconds to support effective interaction and involvement with target audiences.

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At this time of year, for us at Ask for Research, it is always a pleasure to take stock and appreciate the support of our operating environment. Here’s to an exciting look forwards to the next 6.62688e+17 nanoseconds!

If you would like to catch up with us in the next 168 hours or 604,800,000 milliseconds, we would be delighted to hear from you!

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