The AgriBusiness Group’s consultants have a long history of involvement with research typically through facilitating stakeholder input, undertaking monitoring and the extension of results. By itself, as well as through the Agricultural Research Group on Sustainability (ARGOS) collaboration, we have a leading role in facilitating research into innovation to improve the performance, sustainability and resilience of New Zealand primary production systems.
The NZ Sustainability Dashboard
The New Zealand Sustainability Dashboard facilitates unified monitoring and learning for sustainable agriculture in New Zealand and aims to enhance sustainability assessment and reporting in response to increasing market, business and regulatory drivers and requirements.
SWNZ Scorecard review - Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand
The AgriBusiness Group are currently working with New Zealand Winegrowers to update the Sustainable Wine New Zealand (SWNZ) scorecard.
Social Sustainability Analysis - Zespri
The AgriBusiness Group developed a strategic approach for Zespri to address the challenges of social sustainability assessment and reporting.
Cost Benefit Analysis – Pūhoro STEM Academy
The AgriBusiness Group conducted two formal Cost Benefit Analyses (CBA) using the New Zealand Treasury’s CBAx model to investigate the potential economic benefit of the Academy’s STEM Programme. The analysis revealed a possible return on investment of approximately 10:1.
Market Valuation – New Zealand Medical Cannabis Market
The AgriBusiness Group applied robust economic analysis to value the New Zealand medical cannabis market. The results suggest that there is the potential for a significant medical cannabis market to develop in New Zealand.
Network Mapping – Visualising Ngāi Tahu Survey Results
The AgriBusiness Group developed interactive network maps to visualise the results of an internal Ngāi Tahu survey.
Economic Analysis - Predicting Māori home ownership
The AgriBusiness Group analysed a range of variables that determine their affect on Māori home ownership, and found five variables to be highly significant.
Current Research Projects