The segment on TV comedy Rake, of the Australian Parliament collapsing to the ground, evoked memories of visitor research in Washington, […]
A handful of visitors for the 2014 ANZAC Day tours were surveyed in Christ Church Cathedral. They were moved by […]
The Australian Greens were weeks away from a state election, when they asked Coppice Research to adapt our methods for […]
Original research involves good listening and co-operation. Thank-you to colleagues we’ve worked with, beginning in 1997. […]
Audience development and audience advocacy describe two different ways that organisations apply our findings. Coppice designed Insite Mapping with the specific purpose […]
The National Library of Australia pioneered accessible, nationwide, online library services in the first years of this century. Our company […]
Two 1986/7 surveys of teachers across Australia estimated the BTN audience as over 1.25 million school kids.
Health practitioner Julianne knew the kinds of patients who gained most from her treatments. Insite Mapping helped to customise messages and services, to make the business healthier too.
Thornbill takes the next confident strides after owners detail their products and clarify their business.
Visitors who come to the Hunter Wetlands Centre can be curious, sociable or single-minded. Insights from volunteers helped design a Visitor Centre to thrill them.
We miss the real ‘harbour entertainment city’ before the trains were cut off.
In October 2014, we conducted an online survey of people who used trains on the Hunter and Newcastle lines in […]