The NDIA has recently released a series of Market Position Statements (MPS) which provide some fantastic data on the emerging NDIS marketplace, allowing providers to better understand areas of expected demand growth and the characteristics of particular markets around Australia. The statements include information at a state level and also include more specific insights to selected local markets.
The NDIA has published the following MPS:
- ACT and Southern NSW Market Position Statement
- NSW Market Position Statement
- QLD Market Position Statement
- SA Market Position Statement
- TAS Market Position Statement
- VIC Market Position Statement
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