David Rumbens

$5,000-$10,000
Australia - ACT

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David is a macroeconomist specialising in retail forecasts, labour market analysis, project investment and government program reviews. His expertise includes economic modelling of consumer demand and retail sales,  monitoring and analysis of trends in investment, and studies of regional economies.

David is the author of Retail Forecasts, a subscription based publication providing a detailed analysis of the drivers of retail spending and trends likely to emerge - a widely used planning tool for the retail industry.

He also writes Investment Monitor, providing detailed coverage of current and prospective construction and investment projects in Australia, and analysis of trends in project investment.

David is available for guest speaker appearances at annual conferences or for more informal discussions, to assist with your corporate planning.

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