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Our services for companies based or interested in South East Asia are tailored to deliver the trends and insights that matter the most to you. Whether you are interested in monitoring the latest macro trends, accessing industry data or understanding Asian cities’ development, we can customise our services to your needs.
Our Singapore Office
We have a world-class team of top economists, industry experts, and thought leadership specialists at the Singapore office. We understand the trends that matter most to you.
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Meet the team
We provide access to unrivalled economic forecasts and industry outlooks that help you track key macro events and the implications on your sector.
In-country service team
We understand the trends that matter most to you. And we speak your language.
- Rhianne Clark – Director of SEA and Greater China
- Stan Ciceri – Business Development Manager
Economic consulting specialist
- James Lambert – Director of Economic Consulting, Asia
- Priyanka Kishore – Head of India and South East Asia, Macro and Investor Services
- Sian Fenner – Lead Economist Singapore
- Sung Eun Jung – Senior Economist
Asia Construction Service
Detailed overviews of historical trends and future prospects for building activity across 12 key Asian countries and New Zealand.Find Out More
Asian Cities and Regional Forecasts
Key economic, demographic, and income and spending projections to 2035 for more than 400 locations across Asia-Pacific.Find Out More
Global Cities Service
Make decisions about market and investment strategies with historical data and forecasts for 900 of the world’s most important cities.Find Out More
Global Macro Service
Monitor macro events and their potential impact.Find Out More
Key Themes for Cities in 2022
How different will 2022 be for the world’s major cities, compared with 2021
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