University of Nottingham Market Research Contract

University of Nottingham Market Research Contract

The key element of this research proposal is to evaluate the effects of new legislation on consumer behaviour.

Market Research Data – Tobacco Purchases in UK

The University of Nottingham

Contract summary

Industry

Construction and Real Estate, Printing and Publishing

Location of contract

NG72NR

Value of contract (£)

£0

Published date

10 June 2016

Closing date

30 June 2016

Contract start date

26 July 2016

Contract end date

31 August 2019

Description

The School of Medicine, Division of Epidemiology and Public Health, University of Nottingham has been awarded Cancer Research UK fellowship investigating the effects of standardised packaging and the 2014 European Union Tobacco Products Directive on tobacco product pricing, consumption and smoking prevalence in the United Kingdom (UK). The key element of this research proposal is to evaluate the effects of new legislation on consumer behaviour, i.e. switching between different products, types and brands of products or changing behaviour such as quitting smoking. We are looking for data from a consumer panel representative to the UK that would allow us to track changes in individual behaviour (at individual or household level), and would also allow us to gain access to a sample of consumers to ask more detailed questions about changes in their behaviours or attitudes. This is a tender invitation for a two Part Contract. A high quality of data and delivery is expected for each component (consumer panel data on purchasing and access to consumer panel) of this tender. We are seeking for one provider to provide both parts. Part 1: Consumer panel market research data on purchasing patterns of tobacco products in the UK Part 2: Administration of a structured questionnaire to a sample of consumers identified within Part 1. EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSE: 30 June 2016 To EXPRESS INTEREST: Please first register on the eTendering system then Login and go to Tenders. Find the project scroll down to View Details and then scroll down to the Express Interest` button at the foot on the right hand side. NOTE: To make sure you receive our email notifications. to ensure our emails reach your inbox please add our email domain @in-tend.co.uk to your safe senders list and check your spam filter settings.

About the buyer

Contact name

Helen Forsythe

Address

Nottingham

Nottinghamshire

Nottingham

NG72NR

United Kingdom

Telephone

+44 (0)115 951 5675

Email

helen.forsythe@nottingham.ac.uk

Other information

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TENDERERS MUST EXPRESS THEIR INTEREST THROUGH FIRST REGISTERING ON THE UNIVERSITY`S E-TENDERING SYSTEM https://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofnottingham/ Non-compliant expressions of interest (EOI) will not be considered or acknowledged. The university reserves the right to cancel the tender process at any stage. The University does not accept any liability for any costs incurred in tenderingEXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSE: 30 June 2016 To EXPRESS INTEREST: Please first register on the eTendering system then Login and go to Tenders. Find the project scroll down to View Details and then scroll down to the Express Interest` button at the foot on the right hand side. NOTE: To make sure you receive our email notifications. to ensure our emails reach your inbox please add our email domain @in-tend.co.uk to your safe senders list and check your spam filter settings.. Once you have registered, log-in and go to Current Tenders/view printable details, then expressed interest in the project. Once you have registered, expressed interest in the project AND your EOI will be accepted and an email will automatically be sent notifying you (to the inserted publish email address at point of registration) that it has been accepted and a second email notifying you that the documents have been published to your site under `My Tenders`. Internet Explorer (not Mozilla Firefox) should be used and pop ups must be allowed. All correspondence relating to this project should only be made through the e-Tendering web site. Click on CREATE NEW CORRESPONDENCE once you have logged on to the Web site and follow the instructions. Select send message via web option rather than `by email` option as this is received by the host company not directly to UoN. HELP?: Should you encounter any problems with using the Web site (including if you get locked out), contact the In-Tend Help Desk on 0844 272 8810 support@in-tend.co.uk Is a Recurrent Procurement Type? : No

How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.

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