Infometrics is providing specialist insight to businesses and local government leadership to best evaluate the local impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The current Labour-led administration is broadening the government’s policy focus beyond the standard fiscal and economic indicators to incorporate wellbeing. This change explicitly recognises that New Zealanders’ quality of life cannot be captured in a single measure such as GDP per capita.
Regional Wellbeing: A broader view of community outcomes around New Zealand marks the first attempt to comprehensively report on wellbeing at a local level around New Zealand. It covers 30 indicators and draws from Infometrics’ online Regional Wellbeing Framework.
From Education to Employment: Megatrends affecting NZ’s working environment report looks at key emerging trends that are likely to affect our working environment over the next 20 years. This report is a must read for strategists, planners, employers, tertiary education organisations and anyone interested in regional economic development.
Detailed information regarding infrastructure projects in your region and neighbouring areas. This data can help you understand how planned infrastructure investments will affect your region and enterprise.
Our consulting service offers you customised economic analysis to meet your specific requirements.
Forecasting residential property market conditions and construction, along with non-residential construction, to a regional level, as well as infrastructure at a national level.
The profile gives an in-depth description of your local area’s economic structure and performance, complete with tools for behind-the-scenes analysis.
Monitor the key economic indicators in your region or territorial authority with an interactive web-based framework.
Our Sector Profiles provide you with a wealth of latest information on your industry/sector via our interactive and simple web-platform.
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.