Building Communities Together

At Insightrix Research, we believe it is vital to support our local business and not-for-profit organizations during these times. But all of us play a unique role in ensuring independent organizations remain at the heart of Saskatchewan.

As an effort to highlight some of our local community champions, Insightrix, in partnership with our online research panel, SaskWatch, produced a short multimedia video to highlight why it is vital to support our neighbours.

It takes communities of all shapes and sizes to support local, independent Saskatchewan businesses. 

With local, independent organizations as the fabric of our community – we all play a role in ensuring they remain a part of our neighbourhoods for years to come.

A recent Saskatchewan COVID-19 Business Impact Survey (September 2020) revealed more than 3 in 4 Saskatchewan businesses said they were stressed due to the pandemic. And it was discovered that those businesses most vulnerable to COVID-19 impacts are essential to our community’s culture.

As Saskatchewan businesses continue to navigate the impacts of COVID-19, it’s important for us to support one another. The spirit of entrepreneurship in Saskatchewan should be rewarded, as our business community plays an essential part in recovering economically.

A Saskatchewan Business For 20 Years   

Insightrix is a proud Saskatchewan business for more than 20 years. We have had the pleasure of supporting local Saskatchewan businesses and non-profits through our research activities.

SaskWatch Research, an online market research community, powered by Insightrix, comprises more than 18,000 Saskatchewan residents who offer their opinions and feedback to help local businesses and non-profits! Many donate their earnings to local charities or spend it at local businesses in their region.

We believe that a healthy presence of local, independent businesses is the very fabric of our community – where enterprises, associations, non-profits, and local governments work collectively to foster proactive communities – both big and small, urban or rural.

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To learn more about the Saskatchewan Business Impact Survey, visit https://insightrix.com/saskatchewan-covid-19-research-resource-centre/.

For more information about Insightrix Research or SaskWatch Research and its Corporate Responsibility efforts in Saskatchewan, please visit https://insightrix.com/giving-back/. For more information about SaskWatch Research®, visit https://info.saskwatch.ca.

A special thanks to Golden Media House, Little Manitou Art Gallery, Escape Sports, Adoption Support Centre of Saskatchewan, and SCAT Street Cat Rescue – Saskatoon for their contributions.