Engage. Inform. Empower.

Engage. Inform. Empower.

Myriad Research is a full service, market and social research consultancy, based in Hobart, providing specialist advice to business, government and industry across Tasmania and nationally for over 30 years.

We offer our valued clients a full range of research methodologies – qualitative and quantitative – delivering relevant, robust and actionable research outcomes.

We have built the largest active Participant Research Panel in Tasmania, covering all regions of the state – providing opportunities for Tasmanians in urban and remote areas to participate in paid research positions. We celebrate the diversity of our participants and research team, where they live, their backgrounds and experience.

Myriad Research engages with community, business and government to find out how people think, feel and behave through online research, community consultation and targeted focus group research to inform decisions.

  • Brand health research
  • Concept testing
  • Campaign evaluation
  • Awareness and perception
  • Community consultation
  • Market segmentation, targeting and sizing
  • Product and service testing
  • Decision making and competitor analysis
  • Stakeholder engagement and performance

Myriad is committed to upholding the highest standards of best practice research methodologies that positively impact the world we live in. We do this through engagement with our national member organisations, conferences, courses and regular communication. This ensures our team are equipped to excel – both personally and professionally.

We are proud to be certified under the international standard for the market research industry, ISO 20252:2019 which recognises a quality assured management system across all areas of the research process – from design through field interviewing, data analysis and reporting. This accreditation reflects our commitment to quality processes to achieve actionable outcomes for our clients.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the places in which we live, work and play. We recognise and respect the enduring relationship they have with their lands and waters, and we pay our respects to Elders past and present.