Innervisions is a dedicated ground floor research suite, ideal for all your qualitative research needs. The facility includes two studios, a viewing room, a "Laundry Lab" for fragrance testing, a test kitchen and training/meeting rooms. The viewing facility also includes four new wet rooms each fitted with shower, pull-down seat, sink area, shaving mirror, extractor fan, one-way mirror and cameras with pan, tilt and zoom. One includes a water meter. Each wet room has a wall-mounted screen and computer directly outside to allow respondents to give immediate feedback on their product experience. This is an ideal resource for research into a wide variety of personal care and household cleaning products. The viewing room adjacent to the booths has been upgraded to include viewing windows into the individual shower cubicles, as well as the two studios. Blinds in the cubicles mean that when privacy is required this can be provided. Innervisions provides a friendly, professional service for clients, respondents and researchers.
Location of Innervisions
Convenient location with ample free parking. Just a couple of minutes from the A1M, Innervisions is easily reached from York, Harrogate, Leeds and the M1.
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VFA Quality Check
The Viewing Facilities Association (VFA) rated Innervisions as follows:
|Staff||4.8 / 5.0|
|Equipment||4.7 / 5.0|
|Premises||4.7 / 5.0|
|Catering||4.8 / 5.0|
|Overall||4.7 / 5.0|
The above assessment is based on a minimum of ten reports obtained independently from clients of the facility. Using a scale of 0-5, a viewing facility must score at least 3.0 in each section and must score a minimum of 3.5 overall to qualify for VFA membership.
Last Customer Assessment
Health and Safety Requirements
All members of the VFA are required to have an employers and public liability insurance certificate and to have conducted a Fire Risk Assessment.
We have the following verified customer testimonials on record:
• Excellent facilities supported by professional and friendly staff
• Very professional facility and service
• An excellent facility which always exceeds expectations
• Staff very polite and offered very good advice and guidance in the formation of a group
Viewing Facility Association members are required to have at least one member of staff who is also a member of the Market Research Society (MRS).
The following employees are members of ESOMAR, the world organisation for enabling better research into markets, consumers and societies: Sandra Penfold
The following employees are members of the Market Research Society and bound by the MRS Code of Conduct: Alison Flannery, Garry Stewart, Sam Armitage
The following employees are members of the Association for Qualitative Research: Alison Flannery, Samantha Armitage, Caroline Benfield