Infometrics has established a strong working relationship with organisations working across the tertiary education sector. Infometrics was therefore proud to sponsor the New Zealand Vocational Education and Training (NZVET) Research Forum held in Wellington last week.
Stay up-to-date with developments in the New Zealand economy – and how they affect your industry or region. In November, Gareth Kiernan (Chief Forecaster) will be visiting a number of centres across New Zealand, presenting insights from our latest Economic, Building, and Transport Forecasts.
Excellence in local government was celebrated in an awards ceremony at the recent LGNZ annual conference. We take a moment to acknowledge some of Infometrics’ clients who have been recognised for their work in the fields of community and economic development, as well as highlight some of the economic and demographic monitoring services that are freely available to stakeholders in these communities.
Infometrics has made available to clients a user friendly tool for measuring the economic impact of events such as festivals, sporting events and concerts. The Events Calculator is part of the Toolkit section of our online regional economic profiles.
Joseph Parker’s 63 second demolition of Australian Bowie Topou a couple of weeks ago provided a significant boost to the Invercargill City economy according to estimates generated using Infometrics event impact calculator.
Benje Patterson writes an open letter to the mayors and CEOs of cities on Jetstar’s shortlist . . .
Infometrics is pleased to announce that Andrew Gawith has re-joined the firm as a Director. This month Andrew has written an article about transforming New Zealand’s transport system, to make better use of renewable energy resources.
Anita Bond joins us as the new Office Manager
Infometrics quarterly economic reports are now web-based. The product enables councils and economic development agencies to keep their finger on the economic pulse of their local economies. A feature much appreciated by our clients is that the system enables our clients to compare their growth performance with all other districts and regions in New Zealand.
Infometrics is pleased to announce that our Community Profiles are now available, at no cost, for every district and region of New Zealand. A full list of these profiles is available here.