|Get paid for giving your views and opinions on new motorbikes and accessories!
£100 – £125
VisionBee, a dynamic research company are conducting some research and development for a famous motorbike manufacturer.
We are currently looking for riders of adventure touring bikes which were bought from new since 2013, to give their views and opinions on future generation bikes and accessories. The bikes we are looking for are:
This will be held in London for around 2.5 hours on Friday 17th or Saturday 18th June. Those who qualify and take part will be paid £100 to £125 for their time, which includes travel expenses.
If your motorcycle fits the criteria and you fancy being part of this, contact Simon on firstname.lastname@example.org letting him know which model you own, the year you bought your bike, your name, your age along with your telephone contact details. If you cannot make this date or you do not have an adventure bike, do not worry as there are another few projects coming up over the year. Send me your details and I’ll contact you when other projects come along.
For information about Ace Cafe London or what’s on, check out: www.ace-cafe-london.com
Ace Cafe London have been contacted by market research company “Forensic Fieldwork Ltd” who are looking for owners of the below listed motorcycles to attend a focus group. We trust that this may be of interest to you or someone that you know who may fit the criteria. Please feel free to share it.
Get Paid: £100
Venue: London W.1
Date: Monday 9th June
You will be required to produce your original V5 documents and photo ID.
Yamaha FZ8 Fazer
Yamaha XJ6 Diversion
Contact: Aaron Sion, Project Principal:
Tel: 020 3435 5715
Paid Motorcycle Market Research!
£100 for two hours
Forensic Fieldwork Ltd is specifically looking for owners of:
Yamaha XJ6 Diversion
Yamaha XJ6 Diversion F
To attend a focus group, lasting two hours, that will take place at 7pm on Thursday 6th March in Central London.
To this end all respondents will be asked to bring their vehicle docs (V5)
Respondents will receive £100 for their time and input.
The purpose of the research is to talk to current owners of these motorbikes, get their feedback on usage and thus be instrumental in design ideas for the next generation of vehicle.
As well as being a unique opportunity to influence the future of the bike, all registered attendees will be offered an honorarium to thank them for their time and input. Only your personal opinion is important. It is not a sales / promotion event. The event management is entirely independent and neutral.
This would be a great opportunity for riders to help design future models.
If you are interested, please contact:
Forensic Fieldwork Ltd.
+44 20 3435 5715