What is a research debrief?
Written by: Paul Stallard
A typical research debrief will usually take the form of a presentation workshop held by the lead researcher. The process allows the research team to communicate their findings so that you can be as informed about actions in the future as possible. This workshop could just be aimed towards internal stakeholders or external media contacts depending on your preference.
At Arlington Research we formulate and present the data from the findings in the most effective way possible, to ensure you have a full understanding of the research so you can best communicate it wider. We greatly believe in the power of story to bring the research to life. We will work with you tirelessly until you are both happy with the research findings, the context where they sit and the overall conclusion.