Can the SME’s in Emerging Markets really save the Developed World? Radar Global monitors the confidence of 5,000 Finance Directors
The global economy is holding its breath and pinning its hopes on the sleeping giants known as the Emerging Economies. They’re growing at twice the rate of the Developed Economies and by 2016 will make up a quarter of the global GDP.
90% of all companies within these Emerging Economies are Small and Medium Enterprises (SME’s) and they’re a hot bed of growth, innovation, competition and employment. They’re also excellent predictors of a country’s economic outlook. SME’s are blooming under accelerated growth, just as you would find flowers blooming in a greenhouse.
SME’s in Emerging Economies are an important and intriguing piece of the global economic jigsaw and understanding them is vital. Banks, too, play an important role in supporting and sustaining the activities and aspirations of SME’s.
With Greenhouse 250, Radar Global continuously monitors business confidence, economic outlook and the reputation of banks amongst 5,000 SME Finance Managers in 10 Emerging Markets and presents insight into the exhilarating times ahead of us with interactive and powerful graphic visualisations.
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