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Since creating drrobertdavis.com is 2000, Robert has over 25 years experience working with clients across retail, healthcare, consumer products, consulting services, government (local, national, international) sport, air travel and tourism. Project work has been completed locally and internationally for clients such as the Waitemata PHO, the Auckland Regional Physical Activity Strategy (ARPASS), the nzmotorcycleshow.co.nz, Zealandia, Fisher and Paykel Healthcare, the governments of Tonga and Vanuatu, AusAid, New Zealand and International Paralympics, Air New Zealand and Tuanz.

Also see the work on the LAB. This is a place to show the work of a number of incubator projects in the digital space. With executives in a learning environment, we are working through the development of their digital businesses. It is like the creation of the proof in concept in simulation. Enjoy their great work at the LAB.

Here are some examples other work.

Category: FMCG Innovation Strategy

Client: Haier (China) Corporate Research and Development

Service:  Innovation Strategy Development

Haier were concerned about their innovation strategy. A key part of its development was in the expansion of external research and development in the Asia Pacific region. The project involved the development of research relationship with Haier (China) Corporate Research and Development, to provide thought leadership into their business. A key part of that development was to propose an innovation model and co-ordinate other researchers in New Zealand and Australia.

Category: Social Marketing, Branding and Social Media

Client: The New Zealand Motorcycle Show/Rotary New Zealand

Service: New brand, social media strategy and effectiveness measurement model 

The Show is run as a Charity Fund Raising Event on behalf of the Papakura Rotary Club with all profits going towards the support of Community Activities and is the largest bike specific show in New Zealand. 2016 will the the 4th year. The 2015 show was staged on the weekend of 15th & 16th August at the ASB Showgrounds in Greenlane. 4,000 visitors enjoyed the spectacle (and noise) of 475 bikes, 25 bike clubs and numerous trade stands selling everything from new bikes, through to clothing, accessories, spare parts, services and bike related information. The show contributed $70,000 towards charities in the community.

Category: Government/Firm Level Innovation: Tonga and Vanuatu

Client: AusAid Australia/Governments of Tonga and Vanuatu

Service:  Research (qualitative/qualitative) and firm/country level strategy 

AusAid Australia/Governments of Tonga and Vanuatu were concerned about improving the level of entrepreneurial activity at both the firm and country level. To do this they asked Dr. Robert Davis and team to conduct two major research projects. the first was a national adult population survey. The second was the National Experts’ Survey and a qualitative interviews. The aims of both the quantitative surveys and the qualitative interviews were to gauge factors that constrain entrepreneurial activities, factors that promote entrepreneurship and finally to recommend areas that can improve entrepreneurship in Tonga. These factors combined to provide a platform from which general and specific policy recommendations can be made.

Category: Healthcare Engagement Strategy

Client: Primary Healthcare Organisation

Service:  Research (Qualitative) and Strategy Development

The primary objective of the project was to explore patient-led engagement. This study will help to provide the initial spark that motivates long term strategic model development and change in patient-led engagement. The creation of a framework of patient-led engagement that establishes, guides and stimulates the healthy future for the next 5 to 10 years. This framework will increase the value co-creation between service provider and patient and lead the community, providers, patients and whanau to achieve a healthy future.


 

Contact Robert: m: ++(64) 2108192090   e: drradavis@gmail.com

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