Online Quant | Panels

Online Surveys

Since 2001, Made In Surveys has been the go-to fieldwork and consulting firm for online quantitative research. We ensure the smooth-running and excellent quality of online research through expert advice, extensive and flexible methodology, bespoke online solutions from our web developers, and ongoing support and recommendations post-study.

At every stage of your online quantitative study, we have honed our expert skills to ensure consistently high-quality results for you and your clients.

Our Methods

Full check

Full check

of your survey and your specific requirements


launched online by our in-house web developers to meet your bespoke requirements
Tests & checks

Tests & checks

to ensure that your needs have been met


Specific targeting of our panel or client database, with personalised monitoring in real time
Data collection

Data collection

Full check of responses for quality and consistency
Delivery of results

Delivery of results

Raw data as well as industry specific formats available (SPSS, Triple-S, SAV etc.) or PDF reports

Our Quant Solutions

Administration of our proprietary panel
Administration of your client/prospect databases
Recruitment and follow-up with participants for qualitative projects
Geotracking and device identification
Conjoint analysis/Trade-off
Responsive, completely customisable, white-labelled questionnaires
Personalised development of platforms and unique, in-house tools
And more…

Who we've worked with

Accor Total Deloitte IpsNiveaos
Volkswagen EY Poundland

Your Contact

Cécile King
Cécile King
Country Manager UK
Tél.: +44 (0)20 7687 1234

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