Optimal decision-making and successful project outcomes for government and business, guided by Optias’ advisory and consulting services
Optias is an advisory and consulting firm established in 2008 which works closely with an extensive network of collaboration partners. Optias provides incisive advice and analysis of business problems and strategic challenges, as well as the successful response to new project requirements and tenders.
Our clients include government departments, multinational corporations and high growth businesses across Australia, Asia and the UK. We are accredited to provide investment management, gateway and business planning services to all Australian and New Zealand jurisdictions. Optias has helped clients to formulate and define their investments objectives with successful outcomes.
Optias and our Partners have had direct line management experience and responsibility for strategic planning and new business development for major Australian government departments and multinational corporations. We have worked in Asia, North America and Europe with Boards and the highest levels of management. Our partners have supported the growth of numerous high technology businesses through a business incubator funded by the Australian Government over an eight year period.
We have deep domain expertise in Operations and Digital solutions and specific experience and capabilities in the Health and Aged care sector both in Australia and Europe.
Optias Pty Ltd
Level 21, 567 Collins Street
Melbourne 3000 Victoria
Business case for creative industries precinct at Kelvin Grove, Queensland.
Establishment of a joint venture with the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre to undertake clinical trials in blood cell therapies. Turned a cost centre into a profit centre.
Plan for establishment of Bio21, Australia’s pre-eminent biotechnology precinct
Realignment of regional highways
Plan for managing Victoria’s waste
Railway crossing removal
Ensuring safe access for fighting bushfires
Optias Partners reported to the Victorian Parliament on what needed to be done in the aftermath of the Coode Island fire
Supported the growth of 80 ICT startups at a Victorian business incubator with $13 million in Australian Government funding and raising $80 million in private equity.
Skills.Net, a Victorian community information initiative internationally recognised as a finalist in the Swedish Global Bangemann Challenge
Realising the potential of the water grid