Philip Partalis

Philip is an experienced market and social research consultant with a background in public policy who has advised some of Australia’s most preeminent organisations across the corporate, government and not-for-profit sectors.

He has expertise in conducting research around reputation, social licence evaluation, stakeholder and employee engagement, sensitive issues, policy and regulatory change, economic impact assessment, community sentiment and vulnerable audiences. Working alongside colleagues in public affairs, corporate communications and community engagement, Philip’s research is rooted in pragmatic and actionable insights – helping clients identify the most effective ways in which to engage and influence.

Philip has worked closely with the Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency on a number of stakeholder and consumer research briefs over the years. His other clients include the likes of the NSW Environment Protection Authority, Victoria’s Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group, the Queensland Department of Energy & Water Supply, Transport for NSW, Melbourne Water, the NSW Independent Planning Commission, Infrastructure Australia, the Australian Taxation Office, the Australian Energy Market Commission, Transgrid, the Commonwealth Bank, Google, Qantas, Equality Australia, Multicultural NSW, Animal Medicines Australia and The Big Issue.

Philip was previously a senior account manager at Repucom (now Nielsen Sports), a global sport, entertainment and sponsorship consultancy. Prior to this, he was the manager of research and policy at the national peak body Tourism & Transport Forum.

He is a full member of The Australian Research Society, and holds a Master of Policy Studies in visitor economy research and a Bachelor of Commerce in services marketing and political economy, both from the University of New South Wales.