Regional Economic Profile 2019

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.

Quarterly Economic Monitor – Reference quarter September 2019

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 for regional economic growth. The Quarterly Economic Monitor enables you to keep your finger on the economic pulse of your local area.

The challenge of predicting regional population growth

Local councils are once again putting their thoughts towards their Long Term (10-year) Plans which need to be completed next year. Fundamental to their plans are reliable metrics on the size of their current and future population.

Quarterly Economic Monitor – Reference quarter June 2019

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 for regional economic growth. The Quarterly Economic Monitor enables you to keep your finger on the economic pulse of your local area.

Economic impacts of events

Events can be a great way to stimulate a local area – bringing a cash injection from out of town visitors, raising the profile of an area and local businesses to visitors and migrants, or simply bringing a community closer together. Many communities choose to support events which align with their strategic goals, but it’s important to assess if the benefits really stack up, and if a public investment is warranted. Infometrics offers an event impact calculator to our regional clients, empowering them to calculate impacts for themselves.

Recapping a summer of tourism

All popular opinion seemed to be turning against tourism in the summer of 2017/18. Media stories were dominated with, among others, tales of inconsiderate freedom campers and overcrowding at our most popular spots. Heading into the 2018/19 summer, it seemed as if little had changed, except for a smattering of new public toilets. With international tourism data out now, we’ve looked at how the tourism market performed, with some insights into the coming season based on our knowledge of the tourism sector.

Quarterly Economic Monitor – Reference quarter March 2019

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 for regional economic growth. The Quarterly Economic Monitor enables you to keep your finger on the economic pulse of your local area.

Quarterly Economic Monitor – Reference quarter December 2018

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 for regional economic growth. The Quarterly Economic Monitor enables you to keep your finger on the economic pulse of your local area.

Small Area Profile update 2019

Infometrics 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. The profiles combine Infometrics’ proprietary estimates of GDP and employment together, with a wide range of business demography data, in an interactive web-framework.

Quarterly Economic Monitor release (23 November 2017) – September 2017 edition

The Infometrics QEM is a web-based framework which delivers a wide range of economic, labour market, and housing indicators, as well as commentary on the local economy. The monitor is up-to-date, published two months after the end of each quarter. Our next Quarterly Economic Monitor is due on 23 November 2017 (September 2017 edition).