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DataAlive has recently completed the following projects:

  • An online panel survey of cider consumption for major UK media agency
  • The first IPA new business survey on pitching practice
  • Setting up a testing module to enable live judging of the IPA Best of Health online judging to be undertaken
  • Salary Surveys for the MAA and the IPA
  • Setting up testing modules for the MAA Diploma in Integrated Marketing

DataAlive is now able to offer cost-effective nationally representative panel based online research.


Did you know that online survey software can be used to administer secure online tests including those that require essay submission?  If you have the need to use online testing we can help.

Similarly, if you have a database that would benefit from quantitative analysis, we are currently analysing an extensive set of data records stretching over a five-year period. 

Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss these or any other quantitative research requirements.


 Quantitative research

 This is an image of Roger Ingham, owner and manager of Data Alive: quantitative research from Luton, Bedfordshire

Roger Ingham.
I set up DataAlive in 2001 to take advantage of my experiences as a quantitative researcher.
I have over 30 years experience as a buyer, user and practitioner of market

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What we offer.
We offer the full range of quantitative market research services, from questionnaire and survey design, through online, face-to-face and telephone research to data analysis and report writing

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Our step-by-step approach.
Our approach is very clearly defined:

1)    Meet        

A chance for the parties to meet and broadly discuss what is hoped to be achieved.

2)    Brief

We take a formal brief verbally and, ideally, in writing.

3)    Draft

We agree proposed methodology, timings, requisite levels of confidentiality, responsibility for response generation, participation in survey shaping, outputs and costs.

4)    Refine

Proposal refined and reworked into final proposal.

5)    Approve

Final Proposal approved, formal commissioning by client.

6)    Execute   

The research is put into the field against agreed criteria.

7)    Analyse

Analysis of the results takes place. Initial findings are often discussed to guide delivery of final report.

8)    Report

Results are delivered in the manner required and as previously agreed.

Our clients.
Our clients range from national advertising, marketing and publishing associations to thebestof and Google

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“Roger took over our project to analyse nearly 4 million records with confidence and enthusiasm, something he has shown all through the project. We have very much enjoyed listening to Roger’s professional appraisal of the results and look forward to working on future projects with him. Roger really has found his vocation in life as well as having a natural gift for data analysis, his genuine interest is refreshing”

Jackie Turner,
Fisher German LLP