Workshops and training

The inherent flexibility of workshops means that they have a wide range of potential applications and compositions.
They can be successfully utilised either in isolation or as part of a wider research process, for example:

  • to define the scope of a project and ensure existing knowledge and previous learning is developed rather than replicated
  • to bring consumers and clients together as part of a creative research process
  • to  develop insights into action plans, thus ensuring that consumer opinion is at the core of product and service development
  • to impart research knowledge and expertise to client companies as part of training and development programmes


Honeycomb Research can support client workshops in a number of ways, from design and organisation to full moderation and analysis.
By working closely with clients we will ensure that the benefits of workshops (whether internal or external) are maximised.