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We inspire confident business and social actions by putting people at the centre of strategy.

      

What our clients say

In 2018 we undertook a monumental task to learn and understand more about our business. In summary after going through a process to choose the best partner for our business, at no point have we regretted that decision. Colmar Brunton were the clear front runner and have proved to us on many occasions the reasons why. The calibre of their people and the collaborative approach they bring to the table are second to none. I couldn’t recommend them highly enough and would seriously encourage you to get them involved if you want to make a genuine difference within your own business. I have no doubt this is the beginning of a long and prosperous business relationship for us.

James Dalglish – Managing Director

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Colmar Brunton give STEM students a taste of the business world.
We were delighted to answer the call for help from Hobsonville Secondary School who wanted to bring the world of business into their integrated business studies and math class. Enter a busload of teenagers to our Sale St offices where they were introduced to the mysterious world of market and sensory research.
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Case study – Supporting motorcyclists’ safety
Motorcyclists are more at risk of injury or death than other road users if involved in a crash. ACC’s injury prevention team developed the Ride Forever on-road coaching programme to help reduce the impact of motorcycle crashes. In 2017, ACC was investigating how to measure potential demand for Ride Forever courses and encourage uptake through […]
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Public Sector Reputation 2019
There’s an opportunity for the public sector to tell wellbeing stories as identified in the latest the Colmar Brunton Public Sector Reputation Index. For the fourth year running Fire and Emergency New Zealand tops the index of the 50 national public sector organisations included.
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What is Big Data?
What is big data? The first step to understanding the potential of big data is to sidestep the technical descriptions of what it is and realise that big data is a term can be applied to any broad dataset.
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