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How tech will drive your future growth

Technology has changed the world. Technology is changing the world. And technology will continue to change the world well into the future.

That’s what some of the region’s most-experienced executives told our survey, conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit and commissioned by ANZ institutional.

We surveyed over 750 executives across a host of critical industry sectors industries in seven key markets across the Asia Pacific, as well as the United States and United Kingdom. We’ve spent months collating and sharing those insights.

Now, we can share with you the highlights of that research in visual form

To see a PDF version of this infographic, click HERE.


The Economist Intelligence Unit, commissioned by ANZ institutional, surveyed over 750 executives across the technology, resources, energy and infrastructure, food, beverages and agriculture and financial services industries in seven key markets: Australia, China, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore, United Kingdom, United States and India.

The survey, conducted in the spring and summer of 2019, was designed to capture insight into the role of technology in corporate growth, sustainability and the macro-economy.

Three reports were written based on insights from the data. You can read the third report HERE.


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