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How To Write A Great Research Brief

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Writing a research brief is vital to the success of any market research project. However, it can be difficult to craft the perfect brief that meets the requirements of both the client and researcher, and which leads to the desired outcomes. After all, a market research project is only as good as the brief itself.

For this reason, it’s important that the brief outlines clearly the problem faced and the key objectives of the study. Otherwise, the study may not provide the expected results.

With this in mind, this presentation outlines the 5 key features every research brief should contain, and should help ensure your briefs hit the mark every time.

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How To Write A Great Research Brief

  1. 1. How To Write A Great Research Brief The 5 key features every research brief should contain.
  2. 2. Why? Writing a research brief is vital to the success of any market research project. However, it can be difficult to craft the perfect brief that meets the requirements of both the client and researcher, and which leads to the desired outcomes. PAGE 2
  3. 3. A market research project is only as good as the brief itself. This presentation outlines the 5 key features every brief should contain, and should help ensure your briefs hit the mark every time. PAGE 3
  4. 4. 1. Problem Background An outline of the problem faced, i.e., why is the research being commissioned? PAGE 4
  5. 5. 2. Product/Service Description A detailed description of the product or service to be researched, i.e., product features, benefits and uses. PAGE 5
  6. 6. 3. Market Focus An outline of the markets and geographies to be researched, i.e., who and where should be researched? PAGE 6
  7. 7. 4. Key Objectives A description of the desired outcomes for the research study, i.e., what do we want to get out of the study? PAGE 7
  8. 8. 5. Time and Budget Constraints An outline of any time or budget constraints associated with the project, i.e., is there a limited budget? PAGE 8
  9. 9. MANCHESTER LONDON NEW YORK CHICAGO BRUSSELS To learn more about market research briefs and their importance to any research study, click below to read our article. The Art of the Brief B2B International +44 (0)161 440 6000 Fax: +44 (0)161 440 6006 E-mail: info@b2binternational.com Website: www.b2binternational.com Tel: BEIJING SHANGHAI

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