Qualitative research on sewing thread for Barnaby & Tarr

Date of publication: December 8, 1970

Abstract:

The aim of the research is to investigate consumer reaction to the concept of using two different sewings threads according to the type of material. More specifically the objectives of the research are: 1. To test awareness of brands and types of sewing thread; 2. To investigate consumer awareness of different fibers and to examine whether there are any perceived needs for different sewing threads; 3. To determine buying behavior and usage of sewing thread; 4. To elicit any problems that consumers have encountered in the use of sewing thread; 5. To determine consumer expectations of sewing thread; 6. To obtain reaction to the concept of ' two-way sewing'; 7. To obtain reaction to the concept using the brand names Sylko and Trylko.

About this collection:
Peter Cooper (1936-2010) was co-founder of Cooper Research & Marketing, later CRAM International, with his wife Jackie French. Cooper studied Clinical Psychology at the University of Manchester where he became a Lecturer in the early 1960s. He became involved in conducting commercial Motivational Research and by 1968 opened Cooper Research & Marketing in Manchester. Cooper was one of the key pioneers of what we now know as Qualitative Research. CRAM opened its London office in Wimpole Street in 1970 and moved to 53 St Martins Lane, WC2N 4EA, in 1972 where it remained until Peter's passing in 2010. The company changed its name to CRAM International in around 1985/86, reflecting the increasingly international nature of its work. The CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive Collection, which includes commercial research reports and early academic papers, has been preserved by Peter's children, Diana, Helen and Jonathan, and his colleague Simon Patterson. The scanning of the Archive has been supported by ESOMAR, AMSR, Peter's colleague Dr Alan Branthwaite & family, the Cooper family, and QRi Consulting. The CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive Collection is managed by QRi Consulting. The CRAM logo and CRAM International name are Registered Trademarks and the property of QRi Consulting.

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