Economic insights to assist your business planning process
Our seminars are a cost-effective way to gain access to Infometrics economic data and analysis, and set the scene at your next event or planning workshop. Our economists are available to travel to your region and present the latest forecasts to you in a seminar that will be tailored to suit your individual requirements.
Our presentations assess the macroeconomy and can spotlight specific industries. We also have specific expertise looking at the building & property and transport sectors. We offer national and international level insights, as well as a strong focus on individual regions that are important to their organisation.
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Many clients use the presentation as an input into their business planning process, or as a useful “heads up” for senior managers. Coupling our presentations with a business breakfast or lunch is also a great way to enhance your relationships with your own customers or stakeholders.
Our presentations are usually between 45 – 75 minutes long, but can be varied to suit your needs. Many have found these seminars to be not only extremely informative, but entertaining as well, and an ideal opportunity to look beyond the day-to-day factors influencing your organisation.
Our economists allow plenty of time for discussion and debate. Infometrics is independent of any vested interests so our economists are able to freely and frankly engage with their audience. They welcome the curly questions – no issue is off limits!
Get in touch with one of our team to arrange a presentation that is customised to your specific requirements and delivered at a location of your choosing.
Visit our events page to see if there is a seminar roadshow already planned that meets your needs.
Gareth Kiernan, our Chief Forecaster, regularly presents on a range of macroeconomic and industry matters, with a particular area of expertise in analysing the building and property sector. Brad Olsen specialises in regional presentations that scratch beneath the service of your local economy and contextualise this against the broader macroeconomic context.Find a presenter Book a presentation