Unless otherwise agreed to in writing by all parties, these terms and conditions are for all Qualitative and Quantitative Fieldwork Services of market research services. Info Audience Research is not obliged by conditions printed or appearing on statements of work or instructions issued by the client that conflict with these terms and conditions without Info Audience Research  S’ prior written consent.

    1. Proposals and Quotations
      1. Proposals and Quotations

All quotes submitted by Info Audience Research are free of obligation. A quotation shall be accepted, and a contractually binding agreement will be formed once the client returns the signed Info Audience Research   Project Agreement.

  1. Quotation Restrictions

All quoted costs and timings are conditional and may change if final requirements differ from those provided in the quote, including Methodology, Length of Interview, Screening Criteria, Additional Quotas, Geographic Distribution, and Work Location.

  1. Delivery Date

Delivery dates may be delayed by unforeseen circumstances or factors beyond Info Audience Research’s control that affect the fieldwork or the technical completion of the fieldwork. Info Audience Research shall notify the client if it anticipates a delay as soon as practicable.

  1. Panel Integrity
    1. Client Commissioned Recruitment Partners

Suppose the client plans to commission the services of another fieldwork agency for the same project. In that case, this must be disclosed to Info Audience Research before the project’s commencement and before commissioning the other fieldwork agency.

  1. Re-contact

Suppose the client requires Respondent Personal Data (as defined in Section C.1. below) to re-contact respondents after the close of the survey, such as to ask to follow-up questions or for another wave of the survey. In that case, the client must inform Info Audience Research before the launch of fieldwork. Re-contact is not permitted without the prior written consent of the respondent and Info Audience Research.

  1. Project Break-off

Info Audience Research keeps the right to close and invoice the survey in the field for longer than 7 weeks without progress or upon receiving instruction from the client. If applicable, the project management and minimum fees shall be due upon such closing. If the client decides to reopen the same survey, Info Audience Research will charge a new project management fee and the minimum fee.

  1. Screening

Under industry guidelines, screeners must be used for recruitment purposes only and not data collection.

  1. For qualitative project work, 12 questions is a maximum reasonable screener length.
  2. For quantitative project work, ten questions is a maximum reasonable screener length.
  3. Respondents must be fairly compensated if they screen out after the maximum reasonable screener length. Note that costs, feasibility, and timings could be negatively impacted for surveys with screeners that exceed the full reasonable screener length. The screener length is included in the overall length of the survey when calculating the length of the interview.
  1. Survey Quality
    1. Sample Delivery Process

At the start of each project, the client and Info Audience Research   will determine the exact profile of the persons eligible to participate in a survey (“sample”). Info Audience Research   will direct the sample to (i) surveys hosted by us for the client, (ii) surveys programmed and hosted on the client’s computer systems and servers, or (iii) on the computer systems and servers maintained by others on the client’s behalf.

Our obligation to direct sample to client surveys is subject to our determination that the sample consists of sufficient potential respondents to meet the delivery level and other terms set forth in the PA.

  1. Our Commitment to Service

Info Audience Research   will use commercially reasonable means to secure the agreed sample using the abovementioned methodology. If we cannot provide a sufficient number of respondents, the client will be charged for only the number of completes. Recruitment of an insufficient number of respondents shall not be a breach of the PA.

  1. Questionnaire Quality

Before providing Services, Info Audience Research   reserves the right to review and approve each survey request requiring sample provision. We maintain the right to reject any excessively long or complex survey that contains offensive, discriminatory, or objectionable content, violates our privacy policy, or fails to comply with our guidelines, regulations, or rules posted on our website. Our provision of samples is strictly limited to market research purposes. Approval of a survey request by Info Audience Research   does not imply any representation or warranty on our part regarding the survey’s legality, quality, or content. We disclaim any liability in this regard.


  1. Drop-outs

A “drop-out” is a potential respondent who is eligible after the screening questions but does not complete the survey. If the drop-out rate exceeds 20 percent (20%) of potential respondents for such survey, it is assumed that either (i) there is a technical problem, or (ii) that the survey is overly complex or incomprehensible. Whilst every reasonable effort will be made to ensure that each survey fielded is suitable for the applicable market, irrespective if the dropout rate is above 20% then Info Audience Research   reserve the right to reassess all costs, feasibility and timings.

  1. Feasibility and Incidence

Info Audience Research   proposals assume feasibility and cost based on an assumed incidence rate. If the incidence rate is lower than assumed, we reserve the right to revise timing, cost and project feasibility.

  1. Incentives, Incentive Caps and Fair Market Value

The incentives stated in the quote are estimated based on the length and complexity of the project. Info Audience Research   uses proprietary methodology to determine the final amount, nature, and means of payment of incentives, which may differ from the quoted amount. Unless otherwise set forth in the PA or agreed to in writing, Info Audience Research   will invoice the quoted incentive amount.

The client is responsible for disclosing to Info Audience Research   any caps on incentives required by the sponsor (Incentive Caps) and/or FMV restrictions in local currency at the bid request stage. If Incentive Caps or/ FMV rates are introduced after timing, cost and project feasibility have been established, we have the right to re-cost, re-assess feasibility and timeline or decline the project if we feel it is no longer viable. Cancellation fees may apply if a project is cancelled due to the client providing notice of Incentive Caps or FMV rates after project feasibility has been established.

  1. Operating Hours

Unless otherwise agreed, Info Audience Research   will not start a survey after 4:00 p.m. (local time for the project manager responsible) in order to avoid over-recruitment outside of office hours, control the survey and provide panel support.

  1. Outsourcing

Info Audience Research   may be required to outsource certain parts of the project to subcontractors. All subcontractor are required to sign confidentiality and data protection agreements that comply with the client specific standards.

Info Audience Research   do not let buyers control their sources of a sample. We have developed a best-in-class sample design methodology to ensure consistent, unbiased data and confident business decisions.

  1. Survey Responses
    1. No Warranty

Info Audience Research  makes no representations or warranties regarding, and expressly disclaims any liability for, unsuitable responses generated by client developed materials and/or the appropriateness or usefulness of the data material gathered.

  1. Removal of Completes

The client is responsible for ensuring that questionnaires are accurately designed and include sufficient logic to ensure quality responses. A complete may be removed only if the following criteria has been met:

  1. Timeframe
    1. Flagged to Info Audience Research  in real-time where possible, but in no event later than 2 business days of completion by the respondent.
  2. Reasons for removal
    1. Bad Open-Ends (key tapping, profanities)
    2. Length of Interview (LOI) less than 30% of median LOI across similar routing
  • Failure to follow multiple instructional responses (e.g. “Answer 2 to this question”) and/or providing contradictory responses on two simple questions (e.g. Number of patients on a drug higher than number of patients treated.)
  1. Straight lining across more than 50% of grid questions (minimum of 4 grid questions with at least 5 answer options) on studies with an LOI of less than 45 minutes – it is advisable to discuss flatlining and prevention thereof through questionnaire design during the set-up phase
  2. The full cost per interview applies to all completes that do not meet the above criteria.
  1. Adverse Event Reporting

If Adverse Event (AE) reporting is required, additional charges may apply based on the specific process and administration required. It is the client’s responsibility to inform Info Audience Research   of specific AE reporting requirements. Pursuant to privacy and data security best practices, Info Audience Research   will forward AE reports directly to the end client / Marketing Authorization Holder (MAH). To minimize the overall number of transfers of Personal Data in compliance with GDPR Privacy by Design and Default obligations, Info Audience Research   will not copy Personal Data associated with AE reports to the market research agency.

  1. Personal Data, Compliance and Restrictions on Disclosure
    1. Anonymity

The client will not collect or attempt to collect any personal data from any respondent. Personal data includes any information that would allow the client to identify a respondent at any time in the future, including, but not limited to, name, address, e-mail address and IP address (“Respondent Personal Data”) without the written agreement of Info Audience Research  .

Except as agreed by Info Audience Research   and with respect to “session cookies”, the client will not append cookies or other electronic tags to the browser of any potential respondent. The client shall abide by all guidelines for marketing research as published and periodically amended by American Marketing Association (AMA), MRA, Intellus, Insights Association, BHBIA, EphMRA and ESOMAR.

  1. Data Protection

Each party represents, warrants and covenants to cause their employees and/or agents to, abide by and comply with any and all applicable international, national, federal, state and/or local laws, rules, regulations, requirements, statutes, codes, decisions and opinions, including but not limited to the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) (Regulation (EU) 2017/679), the U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”), , the United States CAN-SPAM Act (“CAN-SPAM”), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (“GLBA”), the Children’s On-Line Privacy Protection Act (“COPPA “), the California Consumer Protection Act (“CCPA”), the code of the Insights Association (www.insightsassociation.org), and any amendments thereto, in connection with collection, storage, maintenance, processing, use and/or disclosure of Participant Identifiable Information, only as permitted by this Agreement.

If the client receives delivery of Respondent Personal Data, the client shall:

  1. use the Respondent Personal Data solely and exclusively for market research purposes.
  2. not use or disclose the Respondent Personal Data for any other purpose, including, without limitation, marketing, selling or influencing the opinions or decisions of any Respondent.
  3. not use such information to recruit, or attempt to recruit, any Respondent into any online or offline panel or community, or for any other market research activities. For each respondent approached for recruitment in breach of this Section, client shall pay to Info Audience Research  a fee equal to $10,000. If Info Audience Research   can demonstrate the client attempted to recruit at least one respondent, the client shall be required to prove which Respondents they have attempted to recruit or the fee for total number of respondent provided will be due.
  4. not disclose the Respondent Personal Data to any third party without the prior written authorization from Info Audience Research . Any authorization to transfer Respondent Personal Data to a sub-processor is subject to a contract being in place which imposes the data protection obligation as set out in Article 28(3) of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) on the sub-processor. The client is liable for their third party’s compliance with all data protection obligations.
  5. ensure appropriate technical and organizational measures are in place to ensure the security of any Respondent Personal Data they process which may include as appropriate; encryption and pseudonymization, the ability to ensure the ongoing confidentiality, integrity, availability and resilience of processing systems and services, the ability to restore access to personal data in the event of an incident and processes for testing and assessing the effectiveness of the measures. This also applies to any sub-processors contracted by the client to process Respondent Personal Data.
  6. destroy Respondent Personal Data upon the completion of the permitted research activities.
  7. indemnify and hold harmless Info Audience Research  against any claim arising from client or third parties’ negligent handling or misuse of the Respondent Personal Data.
  8. notify Info Audience Research  within 24 hours should any suspected or actual breach of Respondent Personal Data occur.
  9. notify Info Audience Research  within 24 hours should client receive any requests from data subjects who wish to exercise their rights under GDPR or CCPA.

Exclusion lists from Info Audience Research   contain the first three letters from the respondent’s first and last name and, potentially, the respondent’s state/region and medical specialty for the client to match and exclude those Respondents.

If the client, its affiliates or agents process Respondent Personal Data from the EU in a manner that involves the transfer of, or access to such Personal Data from any country outside of the EEA/EU, the client agrees to protect the Personal Data in compliance with GDPR restricted transfers, including:

  1. if the transfer is to the United States, it is certified under the Privacy Shield Framework; or
  2. it has executed and filed Binding Corporate Rules with the applicable Data Protection Authority; or
  3. it will enter to Standard Contractual Clauses in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation) as applicable.

The client agrees to comply with the Privacy Shield Principles pertaining to EU and Swiss Personal Data. Those Principles are: (1) Notice; (2) Choice; (3) Accountability for Onward Transfer (i.e., binding by written agreement any permitted third parties or subcontractors who may have access to any Personal Data under this Agreement); (4) Security; (5) Data Integrity and Purpose Limitation; (6) Access; and (7) Recourse, Enforcement, and Liability. More information about those requirements can be found by going to the Privacy Shield Web site at https://www.privacyshield.gov. To the extent Client is certified under the Privacy Shield Framework with respect to processing Respondent Personal Data, Client agrees to maintain such certification for so long as it has such data and to notify Info Audience Research   without undue delay if it makes a determination that it can no longer meet its obligation to provide the same level of protection as is required by the Principles. The parties agree to work in good faith to put in place a replacement legal data transfer mechanism in such a case.

  1. Compliance with Laws

Info Audience Research   complies with all applicable laws, regulations and industry codes of practice relevant to the Services (including but not limited to Insights Association, Intellus, EphMRA, ICC/ESOMAR, EFPIA and BHBIA codes of practice and frameworks (as applicable). When commissioning Info Audience Research   with a project our client is agreeing to be bound by these codes.

  1. Mutual Confidentiality

Each party agrees to treat as confidential all data, processes, software, methodologies, ideas, improvements, features, customizations, enhancements, inventions, know-how or other intellectual property created, invented, conceived, developed or reduced to practice by the other party in connection with the services (the “Intellectual Property”), together with any other information provided to it by such party (collectively, the “Confidential Information”), whether before or after the execution of this agreement; provided that, the term Confidential Information shall not include any information that is (i) publicly known or becomes publicly known through no breach of this Agreement by the party receiving or accessing the Confidential Information (the “Receiving Party”) or on the Receiving Party’s behalf, (ii) rightfully received from a third party without an obligation of confidentiality to the disclosing Party with respect to the information received, (iii) approved by the disclosing Party for disclosure; (iii) was already known to the Receiving Party free of any obligation to keep it confidential at the time of its disclosure by the disclosing Party, or (iv) is independently developed by the Receiving Party without utilizing the Confidential Information of the disclosing Party. The client acknowledges and agrees that the names of all respondents and the amounts of honorarium paid to respondents are the Confidential Information of Info Audience Research  . Each party will keep all Confidential Information in strict confidence, using reasonable measures at least equal to the measures it takes to protect its own confidential information, and will not itself or allow others, at any time during and for five (5) years after the expiration or earlier termination of this agreement, to: (i) make any unauthorized use, disclosure, publication, or dissemination of the Confidential Information; (ii) disassemble, decompile, recast, or reverse engineer any of the Confidential Information or create data or works similar thereto; (iii) sell, lease, license, transfer, network, reproduce, or otherwise distribute any of the Confidential Information; (iv) copy the Confidential Information in any form except as necessary to use in accordance with this agreement; or (v) modify, alter, delete or obscure any proprietary rights notice embedded in or affixed to any Confidential Information. Each party will ensure compliance with this agreement by its affiliates, employees, agents, officers, directors and other representatives, and will bear responsibility for any breach of this agreement by them. Each party will return and/or destroy all Confidential Information after the termination of this agreement or upon demand by the other party at any time (together with any copies thereof or work product with respect thereto).

Each party shall retain sole and exclusive right, title and interest to, and has all patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret and all other property rights in and to all of its Intellectual Property and Confidential Information, and nothing in this agreement will be construed as transferring any aspects of such rights to the other party or to any third party. Without limiting the foregoing, nothing herein shall be deemed to provide any rights or titles to the client with regard to Info Audience Research  ‘ proprietary methodology used for providing the services, including without limitation for gathering data, compilation and analysis, tables, formats, templates and other forms of presentation, technology, systems or processes that have been or may be developed by Info Audience Research  , and any of its Intellectual Property or Confidential Information.

  1. Fees, Payments and Charges
    1. Change Fee

The final survey will be provided to Info Audience Research   electronically in Microsoft Word or compatible format prior to the start of programming. Any cosmetic or text changes that exceed 20% of the survey after programming has commenced will be subject to an additional charge based on the amount of time required to implement these changes at Info Audience Research  ‘ standard hourly rate, unless set forth otherwise in the PA. Changes to the survey that are not cosmetic or text changes will be evaluated and subject to an additional charge based on the amount of time required to implement these changes.

  1. Cancellation Fee

If the client cancels a project or delays a project by ten (10) or more working days, the minimum fee shall be (i) US$500 project management fee, plus (ii) US$500 if sample selection has commenced and/or a URL has been checked. In addition, other costs relating to project set-up, management and 3rd party costs will be charged unless set forth otherwise in the PA. For projects that are already in field when cancelled, all fees, including recruitment, incentives and all 3rd party costs will be charged to the client.

  1. Minimum Fee

Info Audience Research   may choose to not accept any project with total fees estimated to be less than US$1,500 for quantitative work and US$1,500 for qualitative work. If a project is accepted but the volume falls short of the estimate, the minimum fee for the project shall be US$1,500 or an amount agreed upon by Info Audience Research   and the client and set forth in the PA.

  1. Translations

Translation costs are estimated based on the information given in the client’s bid request.

  1. The cost for translations of the questionnaire or discussion guide is estimated to be at 150 words per minute. This may increase or decrease based on the actual number of words translated. Hourly editing fees will be implemented for changes after translations have commenced.
  2. The cost for the translation of the open-ended questions is an estimate based on an average number of words (8 words per open-end). This may increase or decrease based on the actual number of words translated.
  3. The non-English versions will be similar to the English version in logic and in question order, except for the language. The non-English versions will be created after the English version has been finalized.
  4. Info Audience Research  recommends against back translations of the questionnaire from native language to English as interpretations of the material may vary widely from the sourced document and from one translation company to another.
  1. Conditions of Payment
    1. Invoices are due and payable within 30 days of the date of issue of invoice unless otherwise agreed in writing.
    2. All charges are stated exclusive of VAT, unless the context requires otherwise.
    3. If the client does not pay invoices when due, Info Audience Research  Global Research may:
      1. With not less than seven (7) days prior notice to the client, suspend the provision of any or all of survey services; and
      2. charge the client interest on the overdue amount at the rate of 8% per year above the base rate of Barclays Bank Plc from time to time (which interest will accrue daily until the date of actual payment, be compounded quarterly, and be payable on demand). If Info Audience Research  must initiate legal action to collect payment, the client will pay all legal fees and costs of collection.
    4. Info Audience Research  shall be entitled to charge the client for any expenses reasonably incurred by Info Audience Research  ‘ personnel in connection with the services including, but not limited to, travelling expenses, hotel costs, subsistence and any associated expenses, provided that such expenses have been approved by the client (such approval not to be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed).
  1. Limitation of Liability
    1. Liability
      1. Info Audience Research  will use reasonable skill and care in the provision of the services under these terms.
      2. Nothing in these terms will:
        1. limit or exclude the liability of a party for death or personal injury resulting from negligence;
        2. limit or exclude the liability of a party for fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation by that party;
  • limit or exclude any liability of a party in any way that is not permitted under applicable law.
  1. Info Audience Research  will not be liable:
    1. in respect of any loss of profits, income, revenue, use, production or anticipated savings;
    2. for any loss of business, contracts or commercial opportunities;
  • for any loss of or damage to goodwill or reputation;
  1. in respect of any loss or corruption of any data, database or software;
  2. in respect of any special, indirect or consequential loss or damage.
  1. Neither party will be liable for any losses arising out of a Force Majeure Event. “Force Majeure Event” means an event, or a series of related events, that is outside the reasonable control of the party affected (including failures of or problems with the internet or a part of the internet, hacker attacks, virus or other malicious software attacks or infections, power failures, industrial disputes affecting any third party, changes to the law, disasters, explosions, fires, floods, riots, terrorist attacks and wars).
  2. Info Audience Research’s aggregate liability under these terms will not exceed the total amount paid by or (if greater) payable by the client (as set out in Info Audience Research’s quote) for the project in question.
  3. The client represents and warrants that the content of the survey complies with the current law of the countries in which the survey is carried out. Without limiting the foregoing, the client represents and warrants that the surveys shall not contain the following: Any libellous or threatening content, or any which glorifies violence; any obscene, discriminatory, or pornographic content; software or pictures of other materials that Info Audience Research inge upon the rights of a trademark or copyright-holding third party; computer viruses or other programs that damage or interfere with the operation of other people’s computers; chain letters, publicity, or any material aimed at promoting sales and questions concerning illegal products, substances, or acts, or violations of fair trade rules.
  4. The client agrees to indemnify and hold Info Audience Research harmless from any third-party claims that arise from any act or omission taken by the client in breach of these terms. The client agrees to compensate Info Audience Research for all damages and reasonable expenses caused to Info Audience Research   by a third party due to such claims.
  1. In-House/Office Usage Testing
    1. In-house/office usage testing means a survey for which a product is sent to respondents at their home/office address for product testing on which their subsequent survey responses will be based.
    2. The client accepts unlimited responsibility for the products sent out by either party. The client represents and warrants that each product complies with the current law of the United Kingdom, each country in which the survey is carried out, and each country to which the products are sent. The client further represents and warrants that the product is not harmful to the respondents in any way.
    3. Info Audience Research reserves the right to refuse an in-house/office usage test for reasons of safety, legality, or other reasonable considerations that Info Audience Research becomes aware of after beginning a survey.
    4. The client hereby agrees to save, protect, defend, indemnify, and hold Info Audience Research harmless from and against any and all possible third-party claims that arise from in-house/office usage testing that breaches these terms. The client agrees to compensate Info Audience Research for all liabilities, demands, damages, judgments, awards, settlements, expenses, or losses, including costs of litigation and reasonable expenses incurred by Info Audience Research due to such claims.
  1. General Provisions
    1. Any deviation from these terms and conditions will only be valid and enforceable if agreed in writing by Info Audience Research and only applies to the assignment to which it explicitly refers. Any general terms and conditions by the client shall not apply unless the parties have agreed in writing that (parts of) said terms and conditions are applicable in addition to these terms and conditions.
    2. The client may not, without the prior written consent of Info Audience Research , assign, transfer, charge, license or otherwise dispose of or deal in this agreement or any rights or obligations under this agreement.
    3. This agreement is made for the benefit of the parties and is not intended to benefit any third party or be enforceable by any third party.
    4. Governing Law and Jurisdiction

This agreement will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of country from which it emanates (i.e., UK, US or Sweden). The laws and the courts of applicable country will have exclusive jurisdiction to adjudicate any dispute arising under or in connection with this agreement.

  1. Entire Agreement

All the parties’ liabilities and obligations in respect of the subject matter of the Services are expressly set out in the terms of the PA and these Terms and Conditions. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, no other terms concerning the subject matter of the PA and these Terms and Conditions will be implied.

    1. Privacy Policy

The client or the 3rd party hosting company acting on behalf of the client shall develop and maintain a clear and comprehensive privacy policy and comply with its terms and otherwise comply with all applicable laws in relation to data protection and privacy.

  1. Over-Recruitment

Survey programming must include hard quota stops to ensure it does not go over quota. If these are not in place, then all over quota completes will be charged at the full cost per interview price.

  1. Help Requests

All help requests initiated by respondents must be directed to the appropriate survey support e-mail address at Info Audience Research   (the correct e-mail address will be communicated at the start of the project). Info Audience Research   will give the client prompt notice of the help requests, along with the nature of the service issues.

The client will designate a help resource to work with Info Audience Research staff to address the service issues raised by these help requests. The client will work diligently to address all help requests, and Info Audience Research reserves the right to stop delivering potential respondents to any and/or all of the client’s surveys until the issues that gave rise to the help requests have been resolved to Info Audience Research’s satisfaction.

  1. IP Blockers:

Info Audience Research must be informed of any application of IP blockers during the bid stage. Failure to disclose IP blockers may result in delays in fieldwork and cost increases.

  1. Respondent Identifiers

The client must communicate all respondent IDs and their respective survey completion status (complete, excluded during pre-screening, or incomplete) to Info Audience Research within one week of project closure. If the client fails to communicate such completion status within one week of project closure, for the full cost per interview will be due for all respondents redirected to Info Audience Research  ‘ “complete” end page as well as for any respondents whose status is in doubt.

  1. Right to Re-enter

Unless otherwise approved in writing by Info Audience Research, all respondents will be allowed to leave the survey and re-enter where they left off with all previous data saved.

    1. In case of over-recruitment, the client shall pay for only the number of completes set forth in the PA.
    2. Deliverables
      1. Raw Data Files in Excel, SPSS or ASCII

Costs at the proposal stage assume three raw data deliverables throughout the project lifecycle. 1) Soft Launch 2) Interim 3) Final Data. Additional runs may incur additional fees.

  1. Tables

Assume 1 global table. 1 Banner. Additional runs/breaks will incur additional fees.

    1. Qualitative Cancellation or Rescheduling Policy
      1. Schedule

Upon receipt of the schedule of availability, respondents can pick any time that falls into that schedule, and any time booked on the schedule is considered confirmed.

Interviews are usually conducted during normal working hours from 8am-6pm ET/ 9:30 am-6pm BST Monday thru Friday; however, M3 will work around the moderator’s availability. Please consider these working hours for notification of any rescheduling or cancellation charges.

  1. Rescheduling

If the client requests that a scheduled interview be postponed/rescheduled, Info Audience Research   will charge:

  1. Incentive
    1. > 2 business days before the interview – No incentive will be charged, provided that if the respondent is a KOL or a payer then 50% of the incentive will be charged
    2. 1-2 business days before the interview – 50% of the incentive
  • Within 1 business day of the interview – 100% of the incentive
  1. Recruitment
    1. 50% of the recruitment fee, unless the respondent cannot reschedule – in which case, Info Audience Research  will charge 100% of the recruitment fee and replace that candidate at the agreed pro-rata recruitment rate
  2. Cancellation

If the client requests that a scheduled interview be canceled, Info Audience Research   will charge:

  1. Incentive
    1. > 2 business days before the interview – No incentive will be charged, provided that unless if the respondent is a KOL or a payer then 50% of the incentive will be charged
    2. 1-2 business days before the interview – 50% of the incentive
  • Within 1 business day of the interview – 100% of the incentive
  1. Recruitment
    1. 100% of the recruitment fee
  1. Facility Cancellation/Rescheduling Fees

Facility cancellation and rescheduling fees will depend upon the facility. Info Audience Research   reserves the right to charge for the full cancellation and rescheduling fees based on the facility’s terms and conditions.

  1. Moderation

If the client cancels an interview:

  1. Less than 48hrs prior to appointment, the cancellation fee is (i) 100% of the moderation costs for a face to face interview, or (ii) 50% of the moderation costs for a telephone interview.
  2. More than 48hrs prior to appointment, the cancellation fee is 50% of the moderation costs for face to face interviews only.
  1. Simultaneous Translation for Phone Interview

If the client cancels an interview:

  1. Less than 48hrs prior to the appointment, the cancellation fee is 100% of the simultaneous translation costs.
  2. More than 48hrs and less than a week prior to the appointment, the cancellation fee is 50% of the simultaneous translation costs.
  1. Simultaneous translation in the facility

If the client cancels an interview:

  1. Less than a week prior to the appointment, the cancellation fee is 100% of the simultaneous translation costs.
  2. More than a week prior to the appointment, the cancellation fee is 50% of the simultaneous translation costs.