Directory of SRA members - Research services
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Quirkos was founded in 2013 do develop easy to use software for qualitative analysis. It uses a simple visual interface to keep researchers close to their data, and make exploring and play with qualitative text data engaging. Quirkos is used in more than 30 institutions around the world by qualitative researcher in social science and more.
NEW DELIVERY, Research Project management service; measuring the social, economic and environmental impact of UK public services.
Company director Catherine Sweetman is a Masters trained Social Researcher; Voluntary and Public Sectors – policy and practice. Specialism is mixed methods evaluation of public services; most specifically social enterprise, not-for-profit, mission led organisations procuring for and delivering public services.
The Social Return of Investment (SROI) software is Government endorsed for the said purposes.
Free half hour consultation via https://appear.in/sirmidlands
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01902 218329 to discuss your research needs today.
Telltale Research is a research collective of multi-disciplinary individuals, tailored to deliver the best thinking for every project challenge. The collective includes qualitative and quantitative specialists, social anthropologists, psychologists, cultural analysts, filmmakers and designers.
At the core, we specialise in analysing human behaviour and in bringing our insights to life in concise and creative ways that guide and inspire our clients.
The collective is founded and run by Alexandra Clark.
Alexandra’s experience in qualitative research spans a diverse range of clients and sectors, national and international projects, and her methodological toolbox includes everything from traditional face-to-face to online methods. With a degree in social anthropology, Alexandra is adept at putting herself in other people’s shoes and quickly understanding their world, whether from a client or customer perspective.
Her creative flair is found both in her approach to research and her solutions to complex business challenges, which leaves clients with a clear strategic vision of how to move forward.
She is fluent in and moderates in English, Danish and Spanish.