We’re getting creative with research. Classic quantitative and qualitative techniques no longer fit every research project, whether that be due to time, budget or resources. Thankfully, technology is helping bridge the gap between quantitative and qualitative research practices by offering more in-depth ways to connect with consumers.
Chinese New Year (CNY), also known as the Spring Festival in Mainland China, has been celebrated for thousands of years. Traditional Chinese customs are observed with this holiday, such as giving red pockets, family gatherings and reunion parties and gift giving. Many argue that these customs and behaviors cannot be easily influenced or replaced by external factors. However, China is a fast adopting culture increasingly driven by the latest technologies. With this in mind, Lightspeed ran a short survey following the 2017 CNY holiday amongst 1,024 of its panelists in China, to understand how and if new technologies have changed the way people celebrate today.
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