London, United Kingdom--(Newsfile Corp. - November 20, 2023) - On a momentous occasion at the GFCC Annual Meeting held in London, UK, Spectrum Index proudly unveiled "The Annual Scorebook 2023," marking a significant milestone in assessing and documenting global economic and technological trends.
This comprehensive publication, meticulously compiled by industry experts, provides a detailed analysis of the current situation across diverse sectors, offering valuable insights into the ever-evolving landscape of finance, commerce, and technology.
The event underscored Spectrum Index's commitment to fostering transparency and facilitating strategic planning within the international business community. It will be an invaluable aid to business owners looking to take a nation's socio-economic temperature before they commit to launching their products and services there.
The Annual Scorebook 2023 reveals the competitive excellence scores of more than 100 nations around the world based on a unique multi-factor analysis of contributing elements. Competitiveness indicators, taken both individually and together, are important guides both for shaping economies and for investing in them because they provide valuable insights into the relative strengths and weaknesses of a country's overall potential compared to others.
The research methodology that underpins this downloadable complimentary document (available here) uses three 'pillars' of research to quantify the competitiveness of the selected countries. These pillars are founded on assessments of a nation's economy, its level of freedom, and ESG (environmental, social, and governance) factors. There are 26 separate competitiveness indicators in total that draw on various well-established indexes, rankings, and reports. They include diverse areas such as level of innovation, GDP, university rankings, terrorism, press freedom, competitiveness, gender pay gap, corruption perception, and more.
Analysis in each area is summarized in terms of a numerical score that uses a weighted averages approach to avoid bias towards any one pillar. The result is a clear appraisal system that presents a balanced and accurate overall impression of each country's suitability as a potential market.
The selected competitiveness indicators offer a useful form of business intelligence because they quantify the factors that play significant but sometimes overlooked roles in shaping economies. Anyone reading the document can quickly gain a good sense of a country's ability to attract investment, its trade and export performance, its innovation and productivity levels, and its business environment.
It ranks the top ten countries under a heading called 'Spectrum' that combines all three pillars, and it also ranks them for their performance on each of the 26 indicators.
This 40,000+ word document presents score tables, overviews of individual nations, and a detailed description of each metric so that business owners or investors wishing to dive deeper into the methodology can explore the scope of each one.
It's also important to consider the vision that underpins the entire venture. As Abdulwahab A. Al Maimani, the chairman of Spectrum Index puts it, "As readers embark on this exploration of the Spectrum Index, we invite them to engage deeply, to question, to reflect, and ultimately, to be inspired. For within these pages lies not just data, but a roadmap to a future where prosperity, sustainability, and freedom coalesce into a harmonious symphony."
Spectrum Index is only the latest of Mr. Al Maimani's many forward-looking business ventures. He is the owner of Abdulwahab's Office, which is involved in various sectors internationally including manufacturing, the creative industry, the knowledge-based economy, the technology industry, and the finance and investments sector. He played a significant role in Oman's economic regrowth following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Contact Name: Abdulwahab Al Maimani
Contact number: +968 97090490
Country: The United Kingdom
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