2Europe offer a full-service of quantitative, qualitative, UX testing, mystery shopping and secondary research services.

Quantitative Research
Qualitative Research
UX Testing
Mystery Shopping
Secondary Research

Most projects require a mix of research methodologies to meet client objectives.  Each need is different and a bespoke approach is required.

Please get in touch with a member of the team to discuss your requirements:


Whilst most projects are bespoke to a client's specific objectives; they tend to relate to one of several areas of research.  Below is an overview of some of those key areas:

Understanding the customer
Assessing a campaign
Measuring customer satisfaction
Developing a new website/app
Entering a new market
Launching a new product
Assessing staff compliance

Most research projects have a range of objectives and will consist of a mix of these areas.

Please get in touch with a member of the team to discuss your requirements:


We help clients from a number of industry sectors.  We have also conduct research across further sectors.  If you require support from an agency which knows your market inside and out, please get in touch.


We have experience of conducting research in the following areas:

  • Vascular Access

  • Wound Management

  • Medical Devices

  • Labelling & Packaging

  • Surgical Trays

  • Dressings

  • Oxygen Cylinders

  • Temperature Measurement

  • Patient Safety


        and more...


Below are a series of case studies, giving a brief overview of some of our recent projects:

Skills and demands in the UK engineering industry

Our client was an institution dedicated to representing engineers in the UK and overseas.  The client was interested in conducting an annual survey into the demands and requirements of the UK engineering industry - from the point of view of employers.

As well and understanding industry trends, the research would identify skill shortages in the UK and would be used to lobby government for policy changes.

The research was conducted via CATI and engineering managers and HR managers were the targets.  The target organisations had to employ 2 or more professional engineers; 20+ employees in the UK; and must have a turnover in the UK of £2 million+.  Interviews last 25 minutes.

Upon completion, the findings were developed into an internal report, but also turned into a publication which was shared around the industry, with the government and the education system to encourage investment in the industry to improve the skills of engineers.