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A useful feature in REMPLAN reports has been the ability to easily copy and paste economic data as text, tables and graphs into a word document.  REMPLAN now incorporates the option to automatically generate PDF documents.For those familiar with REMPLAN, the right hand pane...


The team at Regional Development Australia - Mid North Coast now release bi-monthly research papers covering issues relevant to the Mid North Coast.  The March 2012 report is now available on the RDA website.

The March 2012 release explores the Key economic results for...


REMPLAN is excited to announce that we will be launching our new REMPLAN economy online profile at the upcoming EDA (VIC) Conference.
The theme for the conference is : Moving & Growing Population: Planes, Trains & Automobiles and it will be held at the Manningham Civic Centre, Manningham on Thursday 29th March.


In response to market demand, REMPLAN has set up a new office on the Gold Coast at Robina. The Robina office will service our Queensland and Northern New South Wales clients who use the REMPLAN economic model as well as providing additional consulting resources...


The first operational example of the REMPLAN public access online economic profile was presented at the 2011 Economic Development Australia National Conference in Adelaide 2011.  Since then we have received a great deal of feedback, in particular from Auburn City Council, our partner in developing the...

This article was updated in February 2012:   www.remplan.com.au/blog/2012/2/Update_Feb_2012_-_REMPLAN_Online_Economic_Profile

At the recent Economic Development Australia National Conference in Adelaide the team at Compelling Economic presented the first operational example of the new REMPLAN public access online economic profile.   Auburn City Council has been our...

REMPLAN software and data was updated in March and now that REMPLAN is online we are developing public-access Economic Profiles to service a broad range of stakeholders including local businesses, potential investors, prospective new residents, researchers, students and media organisations.

This economic profile product...


All datasets are updated at least annually in order to provide the user with up-to-date and current data. These updated files do not overwrite previous versions, allowing for benchmarking and trend analysis over time. This will be beneficial for current subscribers when the 2011...


REMPLAN now provides “employment by industry projections” from 2006 to 2016. Over this period employment and population trends across industry sectors are observed and the REMPLAN Workforce Analysis Module (WAM) is applied to estimate the likely propensity of new residents to also work locally.The...