Generation Focus -
A Modern Research Firm
We are a research operations firm built to provide a cutting-edge customer experience.
Who We Are
Based in New York City, we’re a team of researchers that lead ground-breaking market research strategies.
What We Do
When it comes to user research, Generation Focus makes the pieces come together. We offer an array of services such as:
Respondent recruitment. We have experience and specialize in hard to find respondents.
Customer interviews. From questionnaires to in-depth interviews, we've done them all.
User testing. We offer both remote and in-person testing.
Interactive focus groups that reflect today's consumer
Our modern and creative environment is built to procure valuable insight from your target audience.
Why Work With Us?
If you’re looking for a better way to connect with your customers, we’re here to help.
Joanna Beer is the founder of Generation Focus. Before starting Generation Focus, Joanna worked in financial services where she managed data-driven products and services. Joanna holds a MSc from New York University in Management with a concentration in Managing Technology and a BA in Global Studies with a concentration in Intercultural Communication from Warren Wilson College. She is also a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist. Joanna manages Generation Focus out of New York City.
Sascha Randal's background in Anthropology and IT has helped to shape Generation Focus into the firm it is today. Before Generation Focus, Sascha worked as an immigration officer in Norway. She has specialized training in Refugee Status Determination (RSD) interview techniques and IT systems coordination. Sascha has a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology from Western Washington University, where she also minored in Sociology and French. She completed a Masters in Comparative Politics from The University of Bergen in Norway.
Cecilie Løvestam's background in psychology and research has fueled her dedication to the study of human behavior and the factors that allow people to thrive. Cecilie holds a master's degree in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.Sc. in Applied Psychology from New York University. Cecilie has contributed to research at NYU’s Mindfulness and Education Laboratory and to NYU's research initiative The Human Project. In addition to research, Cecilie has experience from education, workshop facilitation, counseling, psychosocial assessments, and social work.