Qualitative Research

The prevalent qualitative research techniques comprise of focus groups, individual interviews, observations, in-home videos, lifestyle immersion, ethnographic research, online sentence completion, and word association. Each of these methods will be thoroughly examined in the subsequent sections.

Qualitative market research is one of the most effective ways to understand consumer sentiment.

The primary goals were to:

  • Gather feedback on Products, focusing on the quality of the product, its price, and the unique innovative features of both the product and its packaging.
  • Discover potential areas for product enhancement by directly observing how consumers utilized the product.
  • Assess the competitive strengths and weaknesses of the new product concept compared to the conventional product options currently accessible in the market.

Qualitative research involves posing open-ended inquiries that commence with the terms "what," "how," and "why" to elicit feedback regarding a novel product or service prior to its launch or development phase. This approach unveils customers' perceptions of the brand, buyers' requirements, the benefits, and limitations of the product or service. Additionally, it facilitates the assessment of promotional materials and the anticipation of the impact that the product or service may have on the lives of customers.