Not for profit Market Research Services

Not for profitThe Not for Profit sector often works valiantly under tight budgets and unique constraints – Redshift understands this, which allows us to provide innovative market research services to suit your individual needs.

Market research is invaluable to enable NFPs to achieve their strategic objectives cost effectively. From industry trend studies, market reviews and membership studies to brand and awareness insight, Redshift Research has the experience to help you reach your goals.

In addition to conducting the key research that lets Not for Profit organisations engage with the right audience, our market research services include coaching charities so they can pick up the reins of data collection themselves. Acting more as a consultant, we can teach you to obtain the audience insight that makes all the difference.

We also have a proven track record in the area of creating content for Change Campaigns that make a strong impact, along with helping you to develop an effective strategy which will attract new members and donors.

Our experience in this sector spans a number of demographics – the audiences we have surveyed both in the UK and abroad include charity workers, donors, volunteers, stakeholders, partners, local authorities and members of professional associations. View further audiences we can harness to suit your needs in our Crowds section.

Have a look at our Not for profit sector case studies >>

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We have shot a new TV ad and other campaign assets for our new product, again, building on the insights from your research and our current campaign’s success.  AND… we are developing the app with key insights as well (e.g. building communication/engagement pieces based on the potential reasons customers may buy our product).  So our journey continues….

It’s all thanks to the insights that we have such great results….  The research project was definitely money well spent.”

Global Head of Brand, Slendertone 

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