recruiting agencies for testing

26 Oct 2004 - 1:06pm
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Wendy Fischer
2004

I am looking for recruiting agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area that is capable of recruiting enterprise users. Any ideas or recommendations?

Also, what do you think that approximate cost might be that an agency would charge to recruit per person? I am looking a doing a usability test of approximately 5-10 people on an enterprise developer type of product.

-Wendy Fischer

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26 Oct 2004 - 1:31pm
Peters, Craig M...
2004

I highly recommend G-Focus Groups in San Francisco. www.gfocusgroups.com.
Jonathan Gauntlett is very helpful (jonathan at gfocusgroups.com). Don't recall
the costs off hand, but they're competitive.

Even better than paying a premium for in-person recruiting, consider remote
testing with live recruiting. Contact Bolt Peters in San Francisco for more
info. www.boltpeters.com. They've been doing remote testing and live
recruiting longer than anyone.

Craig

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I am looking for recruiting agencies in the San Francisco Bay Area that is
capable of recruiting enterprise users. Any ideas or recommendations?

Also, what do you think that approximate cost might be that an agency would
charge to recruit per person? I am looking a doing a usability test of
approximately 5-10 people on an enterprise developer type of product.

-Wendy Fischer

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