FREE for Canadian market planners… Economic update and over 100 vital info links

February 18, 2010 — Market Metrics today announced the update of its Quarterly Canadian Economic Update, a time-saving quick reference that gathers together in one spot economic assumptions to help clients with their 2010 planning, forecasting and budgeting activities.

Available on the consultancy’s web site, the Quarterly Canadian Economic Update draws upon a variety of sources to present our view of the 2010 Canadian economic outlook as well as detailing a number of economic parameters. Included are real GDP growth, exchange rate, interest rate, inflation, unemployment rate and IT salaries for the past three years as well as estimates for the current year. The outlook is updated quarterly.

Says Greg Graham of Market Metrics, “We offer this information to our clients and prospective clients for their convenience since gathering it together is a time-consuming process. We hope this helps sales and marketing managers since the Canadian economy is expected to remain challenging — and volatile — this year.”

The Quarterly Canadian Economic Update is accessed from the Planning Resources page of the Market Metrics web site.

Also available on the same section are over 100 links to vital sources of information about the Canadian economy, government, and other topics.

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    Market Metrics Inc. helps knowledge-based businesses with strategy, planning and innovation and was founded in 2003 by Greg Graham, a seasoned marketing professional. Greg is a Certified Management Consultant (CMC), an Accredited Small Business Consultant (ASMEC), a member of the American Marketing Association, and holds MBA/BEE degrees as well as a Certificate in Strategic Management. He frequently performs consulting engagements on behalf of the Government of Canada's Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP). Prior to Market Metrics, Greg's 21 years of corporate experience encompassed tech start-ups through Fortune 500 companies.

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