Infometrics economists are regularly out and about, engaging with clients/prospective clients or as part of scheduled roadshows. This page lists dates for scheduled presentation series, as well as key dates to mark in your calendar for when our regular reports and updates to web-based economic profiles and monitoring services are occurring. Get in touch if you want to make a booking for your next event or have a query about a release date.
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Infometrics’ online Regional Economic Profile provides an in-depth description of your region or district’s economic structure and performance over the past year and previous years. It takes the presentation of regional economic data to a new level in New Zealand, combining a comprehensive, robust set of economic data with a dynamic and interactive web-based interface. Regional Economic Profile Member LoginFind out more »
Infometrics transport forecasts have long been the first port of call for decision-makers and analysts with an interest in the outlook for the transport sector. Our economists help businesses and public organisations understand how key trends in economic, financial, and industry-specific indicators are shaping the risks and opportunities afforded to organisations operating in the broader transport sector. Transport Forecasts Member LoginFind out more »
Infometrics building forecasts have long been the first port of call for decision-makers and analysts with an interest in the outlook for the construction sector. Our suite of web-based products give you a greater depth of information and a fresh look that brings the data to life. Find out more Member LoginFind out more »
Your economic development strategy is likely to contain key performance indicators against which you will measure the future performance of your region’s economy. The QEM will help you monitor the progress of your economy against these indicators. The ranking infographic included in the web framework shows which indicators your region ranks highly in and which it ranks poorly in. Decision makers in local government require accurate and easily understood economic information about your district or region to help you plan…Find out more »