The Infometrics Regional Perspectives report provides an outlook for employment and economic activity across the regions of New Zealand over the next 2-5 years. The report highlights key industries, both positive and negative, affecting economic growth in the regions. It also examines some of the areas that are expected to be among the top performers and looks at their recipe for success. This information will help your organisation plan for future growth around New Zealand.
The Regional Hotspots report highlights what we believe to be some of the key growth regions for New Zealand over the next decade. For each hotspot growth area, we discuss the opportunities arising in these growth areas as well as potential challenges posed by growth in these areas.
Infometrics Māori profiles provide a detailed insight into the position of Māori in the labour market and economy in each part of New Zealand.
The Regional Construction Outlook is a vital planning tool that estimates construction activity at a detailed regional level.
Territorial authority level data can often mask vast differences in fortunes of towns and communities within districts. For this reason, we have developed small area profiles that give decision makers in the provinces the ability to get detailed economic and social insights of each small area within their jurisdiction.
A customised economic workshop with Infometrics can help your team understand how the changing economic environment is affecting your organisation’s outlook.
Presentations are perfect for setting the scene at planning days or committee meetings and for engaging stakeholders.
Infometrics economists deliver presentations in plain English that cut to the chase and help you understand the macroeconomic environment for your industry or area.
Infometrics can provide you with maps that show where economic output and employment is concentrated in your district or region and the rest of New Zealand.
Infometrics’ economists have a strong appreciation of the strategic and political contexts that guide policy developments.