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About Environics Research
Environics Research is a data consultancy, founded by Michael Adams in 1970. Our unique understanding of motivations, attitudes and behaviours allows us to work with clients and help them form solutions. Utilizing a range of well thought out frameworks, we not only collect, organize and simplify information, but also provide relevant insights that our clients can act on.
Working As Partners
By challenging assumptions and probing potential outcomes, we ensure that our client’s problem is meticulously defined. Ever mindful of time frames and resources, we are always sure to involve and inform our clients as much as possible to maximize our deliverables’ applicability.
An Early Innovator
One of the first to develop ongoing databases of information about the motivations, attitudes and behaviours relating to important issues, we positioned ourselves early on as an industry innovator. While other research companies were still relying entirely on custom research surveys, our approach was providing us with incomparable context that has dramatically increased the value of information we deliver today.
A Social Values Leader
Our unmatched understanding of social values has given us great insight into the things people hold most important in their lives. Not only does this understanding allow us to infer the motivations that drive attitudes and behaviours, but it also lets us produce powerful insights and recommendations. New products and services that are difficult to describe in simple survey questions might be challenging for some organizations to handle, but with our understanding of social values we can accurately predict responses and even chart the evolution of social trends to put our insights into a larger context.