Chorus Consulting was established in 2013 to provide clients with research and strategy services to unlock growth, change and performance improvement.
We offer proven intellectual property in market, organisational and social research to bring our clients a fresh, evidence-based perspective to their challenges.
We then work in partnership with our clients to uniquely adapt their direction, strategies and performance based on the insights from our research and analysis.
Based in Wodonga, Victoria, we support a variety of regional and city-based organisations.
Our Director, Simon Welsh, brings an extensive background in research and analysis, and strategic business consulting. The combination of this knowledge is the foundation of our research-led strategy service model.
BSc (Psych), BA, MEd (Educational Research)
Simon’s consulting career started in 2000 in the market research field, drawing upon his qualifications in psychology and research methods.
After establishing a successful research business for a Melbourne-based marketing consultancy, he was appointed to lead its marketing communications division. In this role, Simon had responsibility for the development and implementation of marketing strategies for private sector, government and not-for-profit clients. He developed extensive experience in strategic marketing, branding, communication strategy, stakeholder management, and issues management.
Simon then led the evolution of the firm to become a research-based strategy consultancy, providing strategy, marketing and organisational change services to clients across Australia – all based upon the ethos that good strategy is informed by good research and analysis. Simon worked closely with senior executive teams and Boards to deliver strategic planning programs, market analysis and feasibility services, and organisational reviews.
After moving to Albury in 2013, Simon worked with Charles Sturt University and earned a Master’s degree (with Distinction) in social research.
Simon is a Member of the Australian Market and Social Research Society.