Mystery Shopping Made Simple

Mystery Shopping Made Simple

Mystery Shopping Made Simple

"How to earn good money by shopping, dining out, and more!"--Cover subtitle.

Cool Careers Without College for People Who Love to Buy Things

Cool Careers Without College for People Who Love to Buy Things

Cool Careers Without College for People Who Love to Buy Things

Explores the careers available to people who love to shop, including wardrobe stylist, antiques or art dealer, and mystery shopper.

Extraordinary Jobs in the Service Sector

Extraordinary Jobs in the Service Sector

Extraordinary Jobs in the Service Sector

Ever wonder who wrangles the animals during a movie shoot? What it takes to be a brewmaster? How that play-by-play announcer got his job? What it is like to be a secret shopper? The new.

Market Research Handbook

Market Research Handbook

Market Research Handbook

The fifth edition of what was formerly know as The ESOMAR Handbook of Market and Opinion Research has been completely revised to reflect the latest approaches in the rapidly changing world of professional market research. The new Handbook stands out from earlier editions by explaining the latest research techniques and methodologies within a contemporary business context. Yet it remains an invaluable and practical day to day reference work for the modern market researcher. Truly international in outlook and approach, the Handbook combines contributions from over 40 research thought leaders and specialists from across the world including the UK, US, Europe, Australia and S.E.Asia. "The editors and authors make an overdue contribution to bridging the Theory-Practice divide. Their client perspective will delight, inform and inspire market research specialists and users alike." —Prof. Seán Meehan (Switzerland), Martin Hilti Professor of Marketing and Change Management, IMD – International Institute for Management Development

The Bargain Book for Savvy Seniors

The Bargain Book for Savvy Seniors

The Bargain Book for Savvy Seniors

This book shows how to save on groceries, utilities, prescriptions, taxes, hobbies, and more.

Wait No More

Wait No More

Wait No More

This book is about the smallest unit of public policy: the government transaction. Government transactions—requesting a birth certificate, registering a property, or opening a business, for example—are the way that citizens and companies connect with the government. Efficient transactions enhance the business climate, citizen perception of government, and access to crucial public programs and services. In Latin America and the Caribbean, however, government transactions are often headaches. Public institutions rarely coordinate with each other, still rely on paper, and are more concerned about fulfilling bureaucratic requirements than meeting citizens’ needs. Wait No More empirically confirms a reality known anecdotally but previously unquantified and offers a path to escape the bureaucratic maze.

Mystery Shopping

Mystery Shopping

Mystery Shopping