ATLANTA (March 11, 2021) – The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) today unveils the Top 40 Innovative Technology Companies in Georgia and 1Q is honored to be included in the list! TAG’S Top 40 Awards, sponsored by Comcast Business and Cherry Bekaert,recognize Georgia-based technology companies for their innovation, financial impact and efforts to spread awareness…

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“Market research” and “customer engagement” are terms that may conjure up images of focus-group meeting rooms and dinnertime robo-calls. A Sandy Springs startup aims to revolutionize the industry with an app that instantly pays vetted users to answer questions in real time via their cellphones. In the 1Q system, companies cannot not only ask questions…

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Wednesday, January 27, 2020 Atlanta, GA Today 1Q, a leading market research and customer engagement platform, shared a letter of attestation from noted cybersecurity firm Avertium that their platform utilizes industry best-practices to keep bots from infiltrating their market research tools. “If you’re using a platform with weak bot defense, you’re making crucial decisions with flawed…

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Today 1Q, a leading market research and customer engagement platform, announced Doug Danowski has joined as Chief Revenue Officer to further accelerate the company’s explosive growth in 2020 and beyond. The Atlanta-based company’s innovative DIY research and insights tools have added dozens of new customers in 2020, and in August, 1Q’s annual revenue to date…

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With the pandemic continuing to spread across America, 1Q revisited our home state of Georgia, which moved ahead of New Jersey into the top five states in America for total cases this week. In addition to checking in on questions asked of Georgians in April and May, we asked some topical questions about mask wearing…

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According to new national and state surveys taken on Monday and published by leading market research platform 1Q, findings show fewer Texans (64%) wear masks “always” or “often” compared to the national average (67%), and much less than other large states hit by the pandemic, including Florida (71%), California (84%), and New York (85%).

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