Fast-forward to more contextual, more agile and smarter qualitative research. Although research communities are probably one of the biggest disruptions happening in our industry in the past years, we believe that there is yet again another game changer around the corner: online chat. Online chat and chat bots will, in our opinion, make qualitative research more agile, more contextual and smarter. To explore the opportunities that chat offers, we decided to set up an experiment with Heineken. Join us on our journey and discover what we think might be the future of qual!Request your download
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