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Paul Giles
Paul Giles
Senior Manager – Building Market Research
Paul has 15 years experience in research environments. At BIS Oxford Economics, Paul manages several large syndicated studies, in addition to ad hoc private client projects across a range of industries. 

Paul manages The Household Appliances Market in Australia, a biennial series of reports examining the whitegoods, small appliances, climate control and hot water system markets through extensive consumer and retailer surveys. 
 
In addition, he also manages the syndicated studies Consumer Perspectives on Power Tools in Australia and The Barbeques Market in Australia.  
 
In October 2005, Paul launched a new study, The Home Theatre Market in Australia; a consumer based report examining the explosion in flat screen televisions and related componentary.  
 
Paul has also been involved in BIS Oxford Economics' Building and Construction in the Asia Pacific Region, producing reports for several Asian countries. He spent time working in these countries and is familiar with doing business in South East Asia.  
 
Paul was heavily involved in the TRADENZ commissioned project, Australian Attitudes towards New Zealand Products and Services, including face-to-face interviewing, desk research and day-to-day management of the project.  
 
In 2003, he also produced the report, New Zealand Companies: Getting Established in Australia - The Issues for New Zealand Trade & Enterprise and New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade, exploring issues faced by small and medium sized New Zealand companies, endeavouring to establish themselves in the Australian market.
Email: Paul Giles | +61 2 8458 4217

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