The March 2017 Quarterly Economic Monitor (QEM) has been updated
Economics put simply
Take the guesswork out of planning. We help you make sense of the economic issues that affect your industry or region.
Making sense of economics
When you need economic data that is easy to understand, Infometrics leads the way in innovative data visualisations – putting the latest macroeconomic, industry, and regional information at your fingertips. Whatever region, sector or industry you are interested in we offer economic reports and forecasts, as well as customised research and analysis that will inform and reinforce your business and policy decisions.
Time saving for staff, tactical for managers
When you need to understand the economic context of your organisation, or get ahead of your competitors, we free up your staff from time-consuming data collection and analysis to focus on strategic issues. Comprehensive regional and industry profiles as well as independent and accurate economic forecasts will get everyone up to speed on relevant economic and labour market trends.
Empowering public organisations and private businesses throughout New Zealand
If you need proven economic expertise, our highly-skilled economists work with a wide range of public and private sector organisations throughout New Zealand. You will be able to engage stakeholders and help them understand the issues affecting their sector's or region’s economic structure and performance. Your staff will gain insights and confidently provide their superiors with strategic advice on issues that matter to your organisation.
Whatever your enquiry, we are happy to help
Need a sounding board for understanding how the latest economic drivers and sector trends are affecting your organisation? Our economists are knowledgeable and approachable, and are happy to chat about these issues. Infometrics has over 30 years’ experience in delivering accessible economic information, on time and on budget, and our regional economic data is available for every territorial authority and region in New Zealand.
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