Regional and Sub-Regional Analysis
Delivering the knowledge and expertise businesses and governments need to accomplish their strategic goals
Beacon Economics’ wide-ranging regional and sub-regional economic analysis allows economic developers, city and county governments, private businesses, and other local stakeholders to understand deeply specific trends occurring within their communities – and to take actionable steps that capitalize on local strengths and address challenges. Beacon’s regional analysis practice spans multiple products, which can draw from both public and proprietary data sets to align with client goals and deliver answers to pressing questions about future economic development, investment, and planning.
Beacon’s Regional Analysis Practice is:
Beacon leverages its expertise across multiple practice areas, from economic and revenue forecasting to sustainable planning to workforce development, and applies it to the firm’s regional and sub-regional analysis, allowing for more complete, illuminating, and actionable results.
Beacon equips our partners and clients with relevant tools and data-based regional analysis, allowing them to articulate local needs, goals, and investment value to key constituencies and stakeholders.
Beacon’s analysis is always tailored to the unique needs and research questions of each client. The scope of work and data modeling developed for each project capture the nature and nuance of the issues and key questions faced by our clients. Beacon’s diverse portfolio of regionally-focused work includes drilldowns into a single city council district to reveal employment, income, and other trends; neighborhood level analyses of housing and workforce needs; analyses of private wage growth in a specific downtown area; and comparative analyses of industry growth and wages in a neighborhood or sub-region.
Sample Projects and Clients:
Council Districts and Specific Areas Report | City of Anaheim
Future Housing and Workforce Needs Report | Downtown Long Beach Alliance, City of Long Beach
Oakland Tech Sector Report | Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
Employment & Demographic Analysis, Downtown Los Angeles | Central City Association of Los Angeles
City of San Luis Obispo Employment Report Card | City of San Luis Obispo
City Council District Drilldown Report, District 10 | City of Los Angeles
Regional Analysis Services
For information about any of the Beacon Economics practice areas, please contact:
Director of Business Development Rick Smith at 424.646.4656 or or [email protected]
Northern California Representative Mike Dozier at 424.372.1061 ext. 1006 or [email protected]
Managing Director Sherif Hanna at 424.646.4656 or [email protected]