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It is also Australia's largest independent market research agency. Its head office is in Sydney, Australia, with other offices in the Australian cities of Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Canberra, as well as in New Zealand and Canada.
There are two Colmar Brunton organisations in operation in the Asia Pacific Region.
The first Colmar Brunton was founded in New Zealand and still operates locally with the head office in Auckland.
Colmar Brunton Australia is an independent, international market research agency that split away from Colmar Brunton New Zealand in the 90s'. It is Australia's largest independent market research agency. Its head office is in Sydney, Australia, with other offices in the Australian cities of Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Canberra, as well as subsidiaries in New Zealand and Canada. Colmar Brunton Australia specialises in qualitative and quantitative research, using a wide variety of research methodologies. Its subsidiary companies provide performance benchmarking and marketing consultancy services.
Colmar Brunton has undertaken work for the Government of Australia through various agencies and departments. In 2011, the firm provided services related to "Evaluation of welfare reform and employment" in the NTER. In 2015, Colmar Brunton provided services to the government agency AusTrade.
Other agencies and departments that have engaged Colmar Brunton include: Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs,Medicare Australia, Department of Health, Attorney-General's Department, Australian Taxation Office, Family Court and Federal Circuit Court, Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Department of Finance, Department of Education, Department of the Treasury and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
Colmar Brunton was engaged by the Government of South Australia to provide market research services for the Motor Accident Commission from 2008 to 2010 and from 2011 until 2013. In 2016, Colmar Brunton won a $1 million 6 month contract to provide Nuclear Fuel Cycle Research Services to the Department of the Premier and Cabinet of the Government of South Australia. The work was awarded in February during the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission with work undertaken from June through December.