A network with broad access
Our thought leadership team regularly conducts interviews with key decision-makers from business, government, and other organisations to gain valuable qualitative insights into their views, strategies, and plans. Our interviews provide useful context to quantitative findings, give an inside look into corporate or government best practices, and enable a case-study approach to the assessment of economic impact.
With an award-winning team of top business editors and journalists—many of whom have direct contact and ongoing relationships with heads of multinational firms—supported by a worldwide network of over 250 analysts and contributors, Oxford Economics is able to conduct in-depth interviews with a full spectrum of C-level executives and decision-makers in various business functions around the world.
We have interviewed executives from industrial markets such as the US, the UK, Germany, and Japan to emerging markets such as China, Brazil, India, and Russia. Our interviews have spanned all key industries, from financial services, life sciences, and energy to technology, manufacturing, consumer markets, and media. Companies have included Coca-Cola, American Express, IBM, Noble Group, Lenovo, Zara, GE Energy, Forbes, Johnson Controls, Tata Group, Bank of America, Standard Chartered Bank, Toyota, IKEA, Cemex, Cummins, and MediaTek, among many others.
Our ability to conduct interviews rests on several key strengths:
A renowned global brand with linkages to Oxford University and other parts of the global academic and NGO communities;
Wide access to corporate and government decision-makers in over 700 client organisations, spanning leading multinationals, financial institutions, government agencies, and trade associations; and
A world-class team of editors and journalists, each with a rich rolodex of local contacts and the capability to conduct interviews in the local language.