Our Next-generation connectivity report is now available. Following an Economist Intelligence Unit research programme across 11 countries, the report looks at businesses’ anticipation of, readiness for and adoption of next-generation internet connectivity.
Equipped with next-generation connectivity, business leaders have the opportunity to rethink the ways they do business, to reduce inefficiencies, reach new audiences, better serve existing ones and open up new revenue streams. They also face new competitive threats and risks. The findings will help businesses understand the true potential of next-generation connectivity. Those that do have everything to gain.
Osborne Clarke commissioned the research which surveyed the opinions of 550 senior executives with familiarity of their business’ connectivity strategies, from 11 countries, at organisations in five key business sectors: digital business; energy and utilities; financial services; real estate and infrastructure; and transport and automotive. The survey results were supplemented with in-depth interviews.
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