Versatile market research viewing facilities
Pi Space Birmingham
Pi Space offers the biggest UK studio facilities, for projects where space and access is a prerequisite. The viewing studios set a new standard in market research viewing facilities. With a City Centre location – in the Birmingham Custard Factory, the facilities are positioned for easy access, with good carparking and disabled access. Studios are fully functional for all qualitative market research and focus group needs.
All 3 market research studios offer state-of-the-art viewing services including, floor-to-ceiling viewing via two-way mirrors. Equipment available includes FocusVision video streaming with Active Group availability, DVD and MP3 recording, Wifi, wide screen plasma units, interactive white boards.
- Large Viewing Studio. No 1 the largest in the UK; suitable for big focus group (20+) discussions or product demos
- Meduim Viewing Studio. No 2 a regular size for focus groups or IDI
- Small Viewing Studio. No 3 a regular size for focus groups or IDI
Services to support the market research facility include Breakout – bar area suitable to simulate an on trade environment and restaurant facilities for hot and cold food.
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