Friday, 14 October 2011

Event Impact Analysis

How Much Do Events Boost Wagga's Economy?

The article below authored by Business Wagga Wagga is a great example of how the REMPLAN Tourism Analysis Module can be applied to estimate the direct and flow-on benefits of a event to a local economy.

Tasmania - Economic Development Strategy

"The Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts (TAS) contracted Compelling Economics to provide key economic modelling and advice during the development of the Economic Development Plan.    This economic modelling is provided via REMPLAN, an economic modelling and analysis system, which provides area-specific industrial economic data combined with dynamic economic impact modelling capability.

Consultants Working with REMPLAN

REMPLAN is an economic modelling and analysis system that provides area-specific economic data and an impact modelling capability. Economic development and planning practitioners in governments agencies, universities and consulting firms across Australia apply REMPLAN to better understand their regions of interest. Wide usage combined with a consistent methodological approach makes REMPLAN ideal for benchmarking and comparative analysis.   Economic data and impact analysis from REMPLAN provides valuable inputs into the compilation of:
  • economic profiles
  • investment prospectuses
  • strategic plans
  • tourism studies
  • workforce strategies.

GIS Made Easy

The REMPLAN Economic Development (EDP) Practitioners Package now incorporates amazing new mapping features.  GIS made easy!   The aim is to relate the economic data in REMPLAN to a spatial context, providing a valuable economic evidence base for planning decisions and policy development.    

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