Poland: Kinoulty Research
In 1993 an Irishman called Dominic Kinoulty went to Poland to run the local office of an International research company.
In 1994 he decided to set up his own ad-hoc research company in Warsaw and has been running projects in Poland (and several other CEE countries) ever since…
In the last 28 years there are not many legal and/or socially acceptable forms of research we haven’t done; We cover Qual and Quant, consumer and business, retail and social – and most things in-between.
We work for the big and the aspiring to be big brands; for local and International clients and for other research companies who require high quality fieldwork and local insight.
We subscribe totally to the adage “Never promise what you can’t deliver; always deliver what you promise”.
We have been a TRA member for the last 20 years.
Poles are very Polish (98% identify as ethnic Poles)
Population: between 37.9m and 38.6 million (nobody seems to agree on this…)
Geographical size: 312.7 thousand square kilometres (smaller than Germany but bigger than Italy)
Population density is 123.7 persons/sqKm – similar to France but less than half the UK density.
The capital (Warsaw) accounts for only 4.6% of the population – very low Vs Dublin 28%, London 13.2% and Prague 12%
Smartphone penetration is almost 90% of phone users.
Internet access is almost 87%
Polish was voted the World’s 10th most difficult language to learn for a foreigner.