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  • Metrix is a long term research and strategic insights partner of Tourism WA and their advice is highly regarded within our organisation. The team works hard to understand our unique challenges and industry to deliver clear, actionable advice. Working day-to-day with the account team is a pleasure; all team members are hands on, proactive and dedicated to delivering us great outcomes. 
  • The team at Metrix has been a valuable partner for The University of Western Australia. They focus on delivering solutions that provide insights to enable us to more effectively adapt our marketing planning to meet our business objectives. The team is always ready to rise to the challenge. It is a pleasure working with them.
  • Metrix is a trusted advisor within our business, and a partner we would highly recommend to any organisation. The team always considers multiple data sources across qualitative and quantitative research, market and competitive intelligence, web and social media data, and our own internal information to deliver a thorough evidence-base to guide our strategy development. Further to this, the Metrix team has sought to understand our business commercially to delivery strategic thinking and advice that inspires a clear pathway to action.

  • BHP engaged Metrix to deliver our first ever National Community Perception Survey for our Minerals Australia operation. Metrix provided an excellent service and delivered the project on time and on budget with a high quality of analysis and reporting. Metrix’s rapport with the community, client focus and flexible approach were clear strengths. We have engaged Metrix regularly for the past 6 years and I can highly recommend Metrix to those who are looking to have a better understanding of the communities in which they operate.

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  Level 1, 91 Havelock Street,
West Perth WA 6005


  223 Liverpool Street,
Darlinghurst NSW 2010