IPS has developed the capability, personnel, systems, and processes to successfully deliver a range of research projects. While each project has its own specific outcomes, our comprehensive project management approach provides detailed analysis, in-depth understanding and guides evidence-based solutions, processes, and policy development.
Our capabilities include; Research scoping and project management, online survey development, qualitative and quantitative research, software and research tools, social research, focus groups and reporting.
Recent Case Studies -
SMALL BUSINESS EDUCATION RESEARCH PROJECT 2017
IPS has been engaged by the ATO to design and deliver a small business education research project. The aims of the project are to provide a deeper understanding of what drives small business cash flow issues, and to identify the broader financial management education needs of small businesses.
SURVEY OF INDIGENOUS BUSINESSES 2017
IPS recently conducted a survey into the effects of the Federal Government’s Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP) on Indigenous businesses Australia wide. This was the first key piece of research into the effects of the policy and will be used by Supply Nation and the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet to inform future revisions to the IPP.
BUSINESS SUPPORT SURVEY 2017
IPS has been engaged by Indigenous Business Australia to carry out an Australia wide survey of Indigenous Businesses to allow a better understanding of the business support services they require and to get feedback on the current IBA offering. IPS will produce an analysis and report on the survey and this will feed into the services offered by IBA in the future.
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