Education Geographics unlocks the secrets to the drivers of your school enrolments. Who are your parents? What can their own background tell you about what they want from your school? How do you talk to them on social media? Can they afford your fees? Where can you find more of them? How can you transport them to your school?
Here is a summary of slides presented in late 2017 to Principals, Vice Principals, Business Managers and Marketers. Data is sourced from the five yearly Census results, the annual ABS school census, My School, ABS Labour Market releases, Digital Finance Analytics and Education Geographics Research. These slides show The characteristics of suburbs where each sectorRead More
See for yourself in our Esri online map how local demographics fed into the results in New England and Bennelong by-elections and the Same Sex Marriage plebiscite. Click on the link to the map below. It will open with a default map of the Bennelong estimated 2PP swing to the Liberals, with the dark blueRead More
Back in 1998 the major parties were under pressure from One Nation, particularly in the State of Queensland, where the fledgling party scored well amongst the older, rural, Australian born, less well educated and those with low-income, blue collar jobs. Fast forward to 2011 and the major parties are again under pressure with Green andRead More
Running a fishing lodge can be a complex thing. There are so many variables to take into account, without doubt, the weather has a significant impact on the trout fishery and therefore the fishing. In our early season the weather cooperated brilliantly. November & December saw clear rivers, sunny days and little wind. The resultsRead More
One in four women work as professionals. Their support for Labor candidates steadily increased from 1980 under Coalition Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser and by 2004, this support had levelled off to split 50/50 between Labor and the Coalition. However, the inner-urban professional seats – such as Melbourne Ports and Brisbane – swung to Coalition LeaderRead More
78,300 full time jobs were lost for Tradesmen and Tradeswomen in the past year, virtually all of them in the private sector. 65,700 of these full-time jobs lost were formerly held by Tradesmen. 55,500 full time clerical and admin jobs were lost last year. 51,400 of these were former full time jobs in the privateRead More
NIMMO BAY Canada. http://nimmobay.com/ Talk about an adrenalin rush. I’m strapped down tight in a Bell Jet helicopter two kilometres above the western coastline of British Columbia and I find myself hanging on to pretty much anything in the chopper to convince myself that flying through the air in a machine without wings isRead More
The Australian economy has been hit by a series of economic upheavals and mixed economic responses from Governments since the GFC of 2008. These factors have totally transformed the nature of the Australian Education Market as shown by the interractive ESRI Australia maps which can be seen by clicking on the above picture. The mapsRead More
Only about 45 per cent of year 12 students from Government schools in 2015 said they had a Bachelor degree as their main post-school destination, but the equivalent figure from non-Government year 12 completers was about 63 per cent. Our company Education Geographics profiles non-Government schools and we currently have about ten per cent ofRead More
The Australian economy has been hit by a series of economic upheavals and mixed economic responses from Governments since the GFC of 2008. These factors have totally transformed the nature of the Australian Education Market as shown by the interractive ESRI Australia maps which can be seen by clicking on the above picture. TheRead More
Our College has used the services of John Black (ADS) for many years now, and reliable statistics with great interpretation has given our Board and Executive greater confidence about the marketplace than we could possibly have otherwise. Every school should be watching its market and demographics closely, and in this field, the work of John Black (ADS) is outstanding.( Headmaster - Citipointe Christian College )
As a result of the work we have done with ADS and Business Geographics, our approach to future enrolment recruitment has become far more strategic, focussed and efficient. In particular, the geo-coding of enrolments has enabled us to recalibrate our bus runs… so as to maximise service to families with enrolled students in 2015. Really useful data.( Principal - West Moreton Anglican College )
These new on line reports and the format they are presented on are fantastic. There is a lot of rich data there that would have gathered dust in the hard copy of the report, but the interactivity of the site is much more conducive to digesting the material. One key to making this useful is your interpretation and descriptions for the items like Stereotypes, Demographics, etc. Thanks for taking us on as a demonstration school. I hope you benefit from it as much as we are.( Business Manager - St Andrews Lutheran College )
John Black, through ADS and Education Geographics has assisted our strategic marketing, enrolment targeting, bus routes and aided in a deeper understanding of our current parent demographics and the overall demographics of our drawing area. This has been done via data sets, presented as interactive maps and easy to understand visual information. The interactive maps and visual information comes with easy to understand instructions and most importantly, accurate analysis.( Principal and Chief Executive - The Knox School )
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