The Economist Intelligence Unit Global Business Barometer

Map your organization’s path to long-term resilience with the benefit of insights and perspectives on COVID-19 response and recovery, gathered from leaders around the world over three months.

The Global Business Barometer (GBB), developed by the Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by SAS, understands, tracks and shares both public- and 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 to operational and risk management strategies.

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Global Sentiment Over Time

Explore the executive summaries from a three-part survey called The Global Business Barometer (GBB), developed by the Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by SAS.

Economist Intelligence Unit Global Business Barometer

 

First survey: Tracking global sentiment during the initial crisis phase of the pandemic.

Economist Intelligence Unit Global Business Barometer

 

Second survey: Tracking global sentiment as survival, adaptation and recovery become the new reality.

Economist Intelligence Unit Global Business Barometer

 

Third survey: Tracking global sentiment on economic recovery and growth in varied industries.

Questions industry leaders are asking – and how analytics and AI can help.

When the coronavirus hit, leading organizations across industries worldwide turned to SAS for timely responses and effective recoveries based on the objective truths of data and analytics. Consider the top compelling questions industry leaders are asking and click through to dive deeper into bespoke solutions for your industry.

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