We integrate strategy and economics to solve the most important business and societal challenges

ABOUT US

AlphaBeta is a strategy advisory business serving clients across Australia and Asia from offices in Singapore and Sydney. Our team of advisors are experts in both strategy and economics who partner with clients from the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors to identify the forces shaping their markets and develop practical plans to create prosperity and wellbeing.

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expertise areas

Cities and consumer demand

AlphaBeta works with governments, corporations and investors on understanding and responding to the challenges of urbanisation.

Productivity and growth

AlphaBeta works with governments and corporations across the Asia Pacific region to help them adapt to this evolving economic landscape.

Innovation and technology

AlphaBeta works with corporations, investors and governments on various technology related issues, including the development of digital technology.

Sustainability

AlphaBeta works with corporations, investors, governments and NGOs on areas such as sustainable management of natural resources.

Inequality and job creation

AlphaBeta works with governments, NGOs and corporations on addressing income equality concerns and supporting job creation.

Insights

Valuing the SDG Prize

Prepared for Business and Sustainable Development Commission by AlphaBeta

New research shows sustainable business models could also generate 170 million jobs by unlocking opportunities across 16 areas, including affordable housing, energy efficiency in buildings, and public transport.

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Bigger Picture: The new age of screen content

Prepared for Google by AlphaBeta.
Screen content is undergoing an evolutionary leap. For sixty years, content was delivered from mostly the same sources, via mostly the same means, to mostly the same device.

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Companies pushing sustainable urban infrastructure could create $3.7 trillion annual windfall in 2030

Prepared by AlphaBeta for Business and Sustainable Development Commission.
New research shows sustainable business models could also generate 170 million jobs by unlocking opportunities across 16 areas, including affordable housing, energy efficiency in buildings, and public transport.

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