Primary Market Research Australia Market Intelligence

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  • What are the key trends in Primary Market Research Australia?
  • Am I paying the right price?
  • Am I working with the right supplier?
  • What are the major challenges and risks in Primary Market Research Australia?
  • How is Primary Market Research Australia industry performing?

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Report Coverage

  • Key Modern Research Methodologies – Australia
  • Supply Demand Trends and Industry Outlook
  • Global Supplier List and Service Capabilities
  • Cost-saving Opportunities

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Regional Market Outlook on Primary Market Research

  • The Australian primary market research industry was estimated at $845 million in 2018
  • New South Wales, Victoria  have high market maturity; Queensland, South Australia have medium market maturity in Australia
  • New South Wales has the largest economy in Australia and contributes 30.8 percent of the national GDP followed by Victoria and Queensland
  • The market research industry in Australia has been experiencing steady growth since 2017. This  growth is mainly driven by consistent demand for online and mobile research from buyers and suppliers to avail actionable insights at a shorter turn around time


Drivers and Constraints - Australia  

The every-expanding market research industry is shifting towards advancement in technological and analytical tools and software in Australia, also growth in the non-traditional market research studies due to the increasing adoption of technology by consumers and service providers will be a major growth driver in mature markets.


Automation and Artificial Intelligence:

  • In Australia, automation has improved significantly, showing its impact in terms of insights, data collection, forecasting and reporting
  • Buyers are investing in artificial intelligence to develop in-house analytics expertise like predictive, prescriptive as an alternative to primary market research study to optimize research cost and quality of insights

Real Time Research Solution:

  • In order to achieve quicker inputs or consumer feedback, the need for real-time conversational techniques  (face-to-face and computer-assisted telephone interviewing) is significant among buyers
  • This is likely to minimize the overall research time and enable buyers to achieve the overall result in a better turnaround time

Mobile and Online Research as Mainstream:

  • Wide spread adoption of mobile and internet penetration allows suppliers and buyers to adopt mobile and online research to enhance data collection for market research studies


Data Reliability:

  • Majority of the buyers face this challenge mainly due to the lack of proper research design, unrepresentative sample selection, biased interviews, etc. This situation not only affects the buyers' spend but also forces them to check for alternate solutions or engaging with consulting companies

Porter's Five Forces Analysis

Supplier Power

  • The supply market in Australia is fragmented with mature of local and global suppliers
  • Supplier power depends on the ability to offer pan-Australia coverage access to technology and consultative approach

Barriers to New Entrants

  • The threat of new entrants is comparatively lower since top buyers still prefer to engage with established suppliers rather than newer suppliers, especially for brand insights and benchmarking

Intensity of Rivalry

  • Most buyers have consolidated their market research requirements with top suppliers like, GFK, Ipsos and Kantar. Thus, the competition in the market research space is primarily driven by smaller accounts that do not have long-term contracts with the top suppliers and are open to working with suppliers

Threat of Substitutes

  • The threat is medium for primary market research due to buyers need demand for consultative approach and analytics based insights which is challenging to obtained for primary market research suppliers

Buyer Power

  • Buyers power is medium due to the availability of suppliers and demand for actionable insights and market data to take inform decisions
  • The demand for market research services is expected to grow strongly in Australia, with the growth of the middle class and the rapid evolution and modernization of the retail trade in the emerging markets. Clients will have higher buying power as the suppliers compete to grab a higher share of clients' spend

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