This EIU report explores what qualities make a location ripe for innovation and how companies should build considerations of “place” into their innovation strategies.
- The most innovative locations are those with the healthiest supplies of talent.
- Organisations are increasingly sourcing their innovations globally and externally.
- While virtual collaboration is growing, face-to-face contact is also becoming more important.
- Policymakers can help to stimulate innovation at city-regional level, but must be prepared for the long haul.