BioChimera is an international consulting company focusing on issues relating to biodiversity, culture and sustainable development, as well as communications, information technology and agile development. Our head office is based in Melbourne, Australia, but our clients are worldwide.

We manage and deliver large or small projects, and write effective and widely cited reports, research papers, and funding proposals. Our clients include many UN agencies and government policy-making bodies, as well as academic research centres and smaller private companies. We have written hundreds of reports making technical data accessible to decision-makers, raised millions of dollars in funding, and have fully qualified editors on staff to ensure all work is completely verified and ready for publication for we submit it to you.

★ Tell your story clearly and accurately
Humans are hardwired to communicate through storytelling. We take your technically challenging data and communicate it in a way that will engage a non-technical audience without losing any of the accuracy your scientific readers need. This helps policy-makers and funders make decisions that support your needs.

★ Highlight the information that matters
We help you analyse your information to find your unique selling point that will increase your support base, as well as identify the trends that will impact you going forward, and outline strategies and techniques that will help you reach your goals.

★ Connect you to the right people
We have a broad international network including UN agencies (with colleagues in UNESCO, UNEP, UNDP-GEF, UNU, FAO, CBD, OECD, SPREP, WB); as well as governments, philanthropic organisations, NGOs, Indigenous communities, cultural agencies, industry groups and academic institutions. It’s amazing how often connections from these disparate experiences and connections have something to offer in seemingly unconnected arenas.

Browse a selection of our projects in the portfolio section and contact us to see how we can help you with your project today.