The Economist Intelligence Unit Global Business Barometer

The Global Business Barometer (GBB), sponsored by SAS, understands, tracks and shares private-sector views on the impact of COVID-19. The data, taken from three global surveys conducted April-June 2020, reflects how businesses are coping and planning for the future. The questions, posed to more than 2,700 executives in 118 countries, range from personal outlooks on the global economy and investment plans to operational and risk management strategies.

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Global Business Barometer: Tools of Adaptation & Recovery

Beyond teleconferencing platforms, firms are recognizing the growing importance of cybersecurity, data privacy, risk management and cloud computing to adapt, recover and move forward.

Global Business Barometer: Tracking Global Sentiment During the Crisis

Relationships with employees and partners are dramatically changing – some on a temporary basis and some for the long term. A deepened sense of collaboration will be key to adaptation in a post COVID-19 world.

Economist Intelligence Unit Global Business Barometer

 

First Edition (March/April): Tracking global sentiment during the initial crisis phase of the pandemic

Economist Intelligence Unit Global Business Barometer

 

Second Edition (May): Tracking global sentiment as survival, adaptation and recovery become the new reality

Economist Intelligence Unit Global Business Barometer

 

Third Edition (June): Tracking global sentiment on economic recovery and growth in varied industries

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