News from the Nest
The qualitative research industry is extremely demanding and requires a lot of travel. Sadly, many women feel they can’t integrate their careers with their families and are ultimately forced to choose one or the other. Our environment here at Chirp ensures that we don’t have to choose.
After Hurricane Harvey devastated our neighbors in Houston, we knew we had to do something and unanimously decided to donate Chirp For A Cause funds to the relief effort. It’s been a long time now since media attention has shifted away, but receiving this note from the Chavez family reminded us that it will be months and maybe years before homes – and entire lives – are fully rebuilt.
Announcing our spring quarter's Chirp for a Cause winner – we will be donating to City House right here in Dallas.
Chirp's founder and Chief Client Advocate, Shannon Marrs, was recently featured in Crain's Dallas' ongoing series, "If I Knew Then . . ." series.
Women are smashing the glass ceiling - one hustle at a time. In this part of our ongoing Side Hustle Series, we explore the impact of women on the side hustle landscape, their preferred gigs, and their motivations for hustling.
Rideshare driver or blogger? Direct sales or freelance? The Gig Economy is full of opportunities to choose from to fit the needs and desires of the hustlers. In this part of our ongoing Side Hustle Series, we explore how aspiring Side Hustlers decide on the gig that works for them.
Chirp Research set out to explore the changing landscape of employment. The Gig Economy is on the rise and we wanted to understand the motivations, perceived benefits and drawbacks associated with non-traditional employment
Our most recent study is focused on "The Side Hustle." Chirp Research set out to explore the changing landscape of employment. The Gig Economy is on the rise and we wanted to understand the motivations, perceived benefits and drawbacks associated with non-traditional employment.
The leaders of Chirp Research - Shannon Marrs, Lizzie Shepherd and Paige Greene recently contributed to Fundera's article highlighting female entrepreneurs.