Packed.House have won a two year contract with Grant Thornton to publish the quarterly Dublin Economic Monitor report in conjunction with Dublin City Council.
The monitor is joint initiative of the four Dublin local authorities and tracks 15 key economic indicators. It captures data from the height of the boom to the economic crash and the subsequent recovery.
This partnership will see Packed.House working with Grant Thornton to evolve and expand the reach and consumption of the Dublin Economic Monitor. The report tracks the capital’s performance quarterly to provide insightful data.
Packed.House will be responsible and oversee the website development and design as well as content and audience growth strategies of the report. The team have recently completed the rebuild of the Dublin Economic Monitor website, https://www.dublineconomy.ie/. The site was rebuilt completely by the Packed.House development team led by David Bryan.
Speaking about the partnership, Commercial Director for Packed.House, Mark Corrigan said, “This is a hugely exciting project for us to be working on with Grant Thornton and Dublin City Council. At a time when insights to Dublin City Regions’ economy are so important, we have been able to utilise our in-house development, content and audience growth teams to ensure this report gets out to the Irish public at scale.”
Andrew Webb, Chief Economist at Grant Thornton, “Easy to access, timely data and insights are vital for cities to track their performance and position themselves to potential investors and visitors. We partnered with Packed.House to bring a fresh perspective to the Dublin Economic Monitor website and ultimately drive towards a bigger audience with a refreshed web presence.”
The Monitor is overseen by Juliet Passmore, Dublin City Council and produced by Grant Thornton and Packed.House. Click here to see the new website and latest monitor report.