Guide to the Five Types of Survey Questions

Did you know there are five main types of survey questions? Each type can be used to attain different types of data, so make sure to be mindful about...

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Sampling Demystified: Probability vs. Non-Probability Sampling

Sampling can be a confusing concept for managers carrying out survey research projects. By knowing some basic information about survey sampling designs and how they differ, you can understand the advantages and disadvantages of various approaches. The two main methods used in survey research are probability sampling and non-probability sampling. The big difference is that in


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Top 20 Consumer Market Research Questions

Today’s post is geared towards entrepreneurs who are launching a new product or service in the consumer space. It will show you key questions you can ask potential customers to determine if your business idea is feasible. Below are 20 questions to consider for your consumer market research survey: Demographic Questions What is your age?


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Green Meetings: The New Sustainable Business Standard

Sustainability and environmental responsibility are not  new ideas but have recently gained momentum in the meeting and events industry. With a growing amount of companies looking to holistically incorporate their organizational values into their business model, meeting and event planners are turning to Green Meetings to help reinforce the importance of environmental consciousness. The Sands ECO360°


CrowdCompass’ Mobile App Q&A (Part 1)

Welcome to part one of a three-part Mobile App Q&A series. We carefully selected  several attendee questions that were asked in our mobile event app sessions at Cvent CONNECT this year and passed them along to our expert to answer. Brooke Gracey is CrowdCompass’ Senior Mobile Events App Strategist and the force behind the Cvent


How to Develop and Present your Business Case

While your company may not have a culture of writing a formal business case, putting your thoughts in writing can help you to consolidate your thoughts, data, and ideas into a single location. When putting together business cases, some areas to think about are: Current Situation/Business Need Objectives Risks Proposed Strategy Justifications and Impacts Expected


CrowdCompass New Feature: Updated EventCenter

At CrowdCompass, we’re all about headache reduction. And what gives planners the most headaches? Struggling with event technology that’s difficult to learn. That’s why we are happy to announce the release of an updated EventCenter! Through a mix of client feedback, user experience best practices, and extensive usability testing, we updated the EventCenter to be more intuitive and user-friendly.


[Infographic] The ROI of Event Technology

The popularity of event technology has skyrocketed. Everywhere you turn, new tools are being developed to help with event registration, onsite check-in, attendee tracking, event reporting, and everything in between. Technology helps organizations across the globe to transform their events programs. With technology, companies are now planning more efficiently, executing more flawlessly, and increasing the return


How to Select the Right Event Management Technology (Part 2)

Are you in the market for event technology? In the first part of our blog post series, we began addressing the questions you should be asking when evaluating potential event technology solutions. Let’s jump right into some further considerations: “Do you integrate with housing and travel systems?” The optimal registration experience for your attendees is a


4 New Tools Any Event Planner Will Love

Event planners are some of the busiest (and most stressed) people in the world. We’re balancing a million tasks and trying to brand our businesses, earn new clients and connect with future prospects all at the same time. And how do we do it all? With a little help from technology. Planners around the globe