SIMON KUESTENMACHER

Simon is the Director of Research at The Demographics Group based in Melbourne Australia.

Simon is a rising star in data animation and interpretation. In just two years he has amassed 100,000 followers globally who enjoy his insights and his quirky observational style.

He holds degrees in geography from leading universities in Berlin and Melbourne and worked for several years as a business consultant with KPMG Australia.

Simon is a monthly columnist for The Australian newspaper; he is one of the two co-founders of The Demographics Group; he is an emerging media commentator on demographic and data matters; and he has spoken to numerous corporate audiences across Australia.

In May Simon was named one of the world’s Top 50 influencers in data science by carto.com, he reaches over 30 million people every month through his Twitter account

Simon speaks on demographic trends, consumer insights and cultural change in Australia.

His work is best appreciated by groups from the financial services, property, education, technology, retail and professional services industries.


What are the big demographic shifts that are shaping the consumer market, the tax-paying market, the retirement market in China, in the United States, in Canada, in Nigeria?

Only The Demographics Group can offer bespoke demographic data visualisation on global markets delivered in an engaging narrative by experienced speakers.

  • Where is the bachelor hotspot in Manhattan?

  • What is the outlook for the labor market in Japan?

  • How has life expectancy changed in the UK?

  • What is the Trumpification Effect?

  • Why should you invest in Australia?

  • Where are the global immigrant fault lines? 

To find out more email or phone The Demographics Group to see how we can add value, impact and insight into your global conference.

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In May Simon was named one of the world’s Top 50 influencers in data science by carto.com, he reaches over 30 million people every month through his Twitter account. Simon also has a blog.

Simon speaks on demographic trends, consumer insights and cultural change in Australia.

His work is best appreciated by groups from the financial services, property, education, technology, retail and professional services industries.