Island Analysis undertakes a wide range of research projects on behalf of island focussed organisations drawn from both the public and private sectors. The following examples highlight the diverse nature of this research or you can download our company brochure:
Research support for a cross section of island government departments including: economics and statistics, waste management, human resources, social services, environment, and regulation. Benchmarking and identifying best practice are essential elements of this work.
Regular research is undertaken on passenger demands and expectations as well as performance related benchmarking of an island airline as compared to other similar operators. In addition, Island Analysis has been involved in research into the setting up of an island aircraft registry.
Research has been carried out on island telecommunications services for both the private consumer and business sectors. This is a rapidly changing and competitive sector and research forms a vital part of business planning particularly in an island context where communication is so important.
Work has been undertaken on behalf of a major international bank with a multi-island base. Brand research has been carried out for one institution and an international accounting/consulting organisation has commissioned Island Analysis to produce benchmarking information for fifteen islands.
Island Analysis provides research and benchmarking facilities for a wide range of commercial organisations and their representative bodies. These organisations are involved in: property, building trade, human resources, waste management, media and publishing, health, hospitality.
Island retail sectors are increasingly under threat worldwide and Island Analysis is now heavily involved in research within this sector. Not only does it concentrate on its own retail monitoring but it is retained by a number of major retailers. It has also undertaken test marketing for two international brands.
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The first 2013 Island Monitor Report covering Government Income and Expenditure in 14 island jurisdictions.
The second 2013 Island Monitor Report covering Island Economic Performance across a wide range of sectors.
The third report addresses the importance of island infrastructure is addressed and the vulnerability of island communities is highlighted in terms of energy, transport and communications.