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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 5th June 2013
Join JRA’s Chefs Panel today and earn up to £15! Join JRA’s Premier Chefs  & get paid for your opinions directly! Registration is 4 simple steps...click here to register! And after you have registered, you will be invited to take part in regular food service surveys and you will get paid for each survey (amount depends on the length!). Why join us?
  • Take part in regular surveys on interesting  foodservice topics
  • Get paid for each survey (depending on the length of survey)
  • Opportunity to trial products
  • Quick Vote
What is an online research panel? As Internet usage is growing and becoming an essential part of people’s everyday lives, the ability to reach out to people via the Internet is also growing.  To make it easier for research companies like JRA to conduct research with certain target groups, different panels have been built up over the years from teachers to healthcare professionals to dog owners! And JRA now have this “Chefs Panel “which essentially makes it easier to do research with people like yourselves quickly and efficiently.  It gives you the opportunity to do the survey at a time convenient to you because we know how busy you are!   They want to work with you and being part of the panel allows for you to be the first to know about any new developments that they are researching! Who are JRA Research? JRA Research are an independent market research agency based in Nottingham who have been doing research within the foodservice industry for over 25 years!  The research they do can be new product development, product & brand usage within catering kitchens and testing of new product formulations!  They couldn’t do their job without the likes of you, so please register today as we value your opinions and want to give you a voice! Premier Chefs is a panel for catering professionals, and is managed by JRA Research (www.jraresearch.com)
The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 5th June 2013

Chefs want to be paid for having an opinion£££