Invest Australia  benefited from Wheatstone's existing market information resources, and our consultant's personal knowledge of which companies were in a position to consider international expansion.


Our ability to tap into these resources allows us to deliver high quality deliverables and meet the most demanding timescales.


We are in a position to help other national governments with their efforts to build international trade relationships in the UK and European hi-tech sector.



Invest Australia


Wheatstone began its relationship with the Australian Government in 2003 when we were commissioned by Austrade to compile and deliver UK Sector Briefing documents for Australian companies seeking to enter the UK and European market.


Our success in meeting their needs over a two year period led to our introduction to Invest Australia the Australian Government agency that helps international companies build their business in Australia.


In the Spring of 2005 Invest Australia were seeking to stimulate inward investment by attracting employee intensive activities from the hi-tech sector such as software localisation, software development, hi-tech customer support centres. 


Wheatstone was asked to conduct a market research campaign and to build a qualified prospect list of companies and organisations which should be approached.  Our activities included a review of the overall mobile and wireless sector in the UK followed by targeted marketing to prospective companies within the sector. The feedback received from these prospects  was then collated with existing market data in our resource library to create a complete Market Prospect Profile Report.


Within 4 weeks we delivered qualified prospect list of over 50 companies and provided a detailed company profile of each.



Please contact us if you would like to discuss your UK market information needs and other ways in which we might help your organisation establish relationships with buyers and suppliers in the UK.

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