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Sydney, AUS



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • BIS Oxford Economics's estimated annual revenue is currently $10.7M per year.(i)
  • BIS Oxford Economics's estimated revenue per employee is $184,345

Employee Data

  • BIS Oxford Economics has 58 Employees.(i)
  • BIS Oxford Economics grew their employee count by 29% last year.
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Australia's premier provider of industry research and forecasting services, BIS Oxford Economics is an essential resource for your decision making. Since 1964, BIS Oxford Economics has been helping clients gain a leading edge by sharing our extensive business database and highly regarded reports. We offer strategy briefings, policy evaluation, expert opinions, and advocacy work. We can provide a business case. Through tailored projects we provide value-added research solutions to address specific business issues. Our reputation is built on a unique blend of three ingredients: proprietary market research, industry networking, and methodologies for forecasting that have stood the test of time. Our team of professionals speak at conferences across Australia and beyond, and are often interviewed in newspapers and on TV.



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BIS Oxford Economics News

2022-04-20 - Banks are tipping the worst property price falls on record. But don’t panic

Economists said the rate hike would end the COVID property boom that saw prices ... BIS Oxford Economics has a similar view to Dr Wilson.

2022-04-20 - COVID-19: Removal of masks and restrictions to have 'net ...

Economists are forecasting the removal of Western Australia's ... Sean Langcake, head of macroeconomic forecasting for BIS Oxford Economics,...

2022-04-17 - Surging inflation means interest rates could rise next week, as cost of living jumps most since GST

Other economists are now not so sure that a rate rise next week is off the table. ... observed Sean Langcake from BIS Oxford Economics.

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