In partnership with the Australian High Commission in the UK, the Chamber is delighted to showcase businesses from across our Membership who stand to benefit from a Australia-UK Free Trade Agreement. In this case study, we hear from one of our Chartered Members, Informed Solutions, on the potential for strengthening the knowledge economy between the Aus-UK markets.
Informed Solutions is a leading provider of digital transformation and big data services, advising both the public and private sectors on the delivery of large-scale innovation projects.
With headquarters in both Sydney and London, Informed Solutions’ clients include the Digital Transformation Agency and New South Wales Government in Australia and Scottish National Heritage and the National Health Service in the UK. Founded in 1992, the company aims to create positive value for society and the environment, as well as contribute more widely to the local, regional and national economies that it is part of.
For Elizabeth Vega, Group CEO of Informed Solutions, the benefits of working across both the Australian and UK markets are a formula proven over the last 28 years which has strengthened the company’s culture and governance. ‘It’s matured and made our operating model more resilient and scalable,’ Elizabeth says.
As a leader at the helm of an organisation trading across both nations, Elizabeth is excited about the strategic opportunities an Australia-UK FTA could provide:
“The benefits of free trade between like-minded countries are powerful. It challenges nations to work together to become more globally competitive, adaptive and collaborative. The FTA will help drive movement of talent, create local partnerships, reciprocal investment and value-added benefits in innovation and skills.”
This case study was produced in partnership with with the Australia-UK Chamber of Commerce and the Australian High Commission in the UK.