Guernsey, Jersey & Isle of Man Research
Island-based organisations constantly require accurate data and information on core functions of their business which can then support their strategic and operational planning needs. However, to generate this data and information in-house can be a very costly process and, therefore, the work is often not undertaken. Island Analysis can provide Channel Islands’ and Isle of Man organisations with value for money research and analysis resources either as a one-off project or on a retained basis to enable clear and accurate decision-making to take place within the island context.
Clients also have the unique advantage of being able to draw upon the Island Analysis unique economic, social and environmental database covering over 100 islands worldwide. This is a value-added service offered by the Company.
All forms of survey techniques can be utilised. These include face-to-face interviewing, focus groups, business-to-business interviews, online surveys and e-focus groups.
The Company’s Island Opinion online membership provides innovative research opportunities for Jersey and Guernsey clients and shortly for Isle of Man clients.
If you are a Jersey, Guernsey or Isle of Man resident you can sign up to take part in Island Opinion here.
Island Analysis offers test marketing research in Jersey, Guernsey or Isle of Man for companies wishing to launch products and services into the UK market. It employs all forms of research techniques during the course of its work including a Jersey and Guernsey online panel.
As a location in particular, the attraction of Guernsey as a test market for products and services is immense when taking into account the location’s similarities with the UK in terms of demographic and socio-economic profile. Please contact us for further information or download our brochure.
Products & Services
The first 2013 Island Monitor Report covering Government Income and Expenditure in 14 island jurisdictions.
The second 2013 Island Monitor Report covering Island Economic Performance across a wide range of sectors.
The third report addresses the importance of island infrastructure is addressed and the vulnerability of island communities is highlighted in terms of energy, transport and communications.