Rakuten Insight recruits and manages proprietary panels in 12 Asian markets: China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, The Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
The panel comprises consumers, healthcare practitioners and business people, including IT Decision Makers.
UBDI – Universal Basic Data Income – is a smartphone app-based research platform. Participants agree to share some of their personal data, take surveys and are rewarded for their feedback.
Using the digi.me secure framework for data sharing, the app has integrations with hundreds of personal data sources across Social, Medical, Financial, Health & Fitness and Music & Entertainment.
Panelbase is a UK-based survey panel company with over 300,000 adult members and youth panels of 50,000 children and teens.
Services include online sample, omnibus, recruitment for online qualitative research, in-home product testing, scripting/hosting, data tabulation and polling.
Panelbase is a member of the British Polling Council (BPC).
Disqo is a research platform with a US consumer panel that combines behavioural tracking with survey questions.
Surveys can be triggered based on combinations of demographic profiling and observed behavioural data; third parties can have API access to the Disqo panel for automated data collection; and real time ad effectiveness can be measured using the Disqo Brand Lift Solution.
Konnecto is a data and analytics platform. Its community of over 500K customers worldwide have given permission for their data to be analysed from a broad variety sources – including browser, smart speaker, smartwatch and mobile phone.
Brands can use the data to understand consumer behaviour and motivation at different stages of the customer journey. Konnecto also provides insights and recommendations for optimising the online marketing funnel – including paid search, display ads and email.
Measure Protocol is a marketplace for ‘person-based data’. Consumers get paid to provide data and opinions through surveys and by sharing data from sources such as health and location tracking on their mobile device.
The platform is blockchain-based to provide guarantees around privacy and transparency.
Consumers engage using the MSR App, through which they complete data tasks from researchers, brands, and advertisers in exchange for rewards.