LucidTalk NI Business and Managers Poll-Panel - Join Here


LucidTalk NI-Wide Business & Managers Opinion Panel
- Invitation to Join
LucidTalk have a NI 'BUSINESS & MANAGERS' Opinion Panel collating views on 'business and work' issues within the broad NI 'work' sector, e.g. finance, technology, consumer, marketing, distribution etc. The panel includes business owners, directors, and managers, from the NI public, private, and community/voluntary sectors, - and also key workers from within the broad 'work' sector in NI. 

We are constantly updating and renewing our NI-Wide Business & Managers Opinion Poll-Panel with new members, who we invite to take part in our research projects. Therefore, if you 'qualify' according to the above - then we would really like you to join our NI 'Business & Managers' panel. NB you'll only receive a 'Business & Managers' Panel poll-survey/focus group invitation about 3-4 times per annum. + by joining and participating in our 'Business & Managers' Opinion Panel research projects, you'll probably pick up ideas relevant to your own business and work activities. Plus, if you join and take part in some/all of LucidTalk's future 'Business & Managers' Opinion Panel Research projects then you will earn double 'LT points' and this will give you an even better chance of a prize in the LT quarterly prize draws. 

To join our NI 'Business & Managers' NI Opinion Panel we do need to know a little about you! - so please take a few moments to answer the following questions.

NB All information is treated as confidential and recorded in compliance with the UK and Ireland Data Protection regulations, and will not be passed onto any other party. As per Market Research Standards best practice, if you have been invited to take part via email, your email and other demographic details are stored separately on our systems, and can't be individually linked to your specific survey-poll answers, and/or results/data recorded via any poll-survey or market research project.    

You must be over 18 years of age.

To start off - Would you please tell us your GENDER? NB Market research standards define gender as what is/was specified on your birth certificate. Your own definition of your gender since then (if different) does not apply i.e. for market research purposes.   *