Our attractiveness surveys are designed to help businesses make informed investment decisions and governments to improve their respective business environment while lightening barriers that may intercept future growth.
We examine the attractiveness of a region or country as an investment destination by analyzing the reality and perception of greenfield and expansion foreign direct investment (FDI) as well as their impact on local economies.
Viewpoints by executives, government officials and the academic world are also included, enriching perspectives and providing first hand information on the growth potential of the respective country or region.
For over a decade our surveys have been widely recognized by business leaders, the media and major public stakeholders as a key source of insight on FDI.
2015 Malta attractiveness survey
Foreign investor’s confidence in Malta’s attractiveness is high and rising. They are drawn by its political, legal and regulatory stability and the legislative framework.
2015 Netherlands attractiveness survey
International firms have had a lot of confidence in the Dutch business climate for years, but it has never been as high as this year and this, despite a decline in investments.
2015 Africa attractiveness survey
Our 2015 Africa attractiveness survey – Making choices, reveals that Africa’s share of foreign direct investment (FDI) value increases despite the falling number of investment projects in Africa.
2015 European attractiveness survey
In 2014, Europe attracted US$305b of investment funding, up 36% from 2013. It’s projected that Europe’s attractiveness will improve further over the next five years.
2015 Scotland attractiveness survey
In 2014 Scotland secured its third best year on record for Foreign Direct Investment : 80 project, with scientific research, financial services and manufacturing flying the flag.
2015 Germany attractiveness survey
In 2014, the number of investment projects increased in Germany as well as the number of jobs thus created. Foreign investors realized 763 projects, 9% more than last year and a new record.
2015 Mediterranean attractiveness survey "Baromed 2015"
With a total GDP of over US$10t and 17,110 FDI projects in the last five years, the greater Mediterranean region is one of the most attractive destinations for foreign direct investment (FDI) worldwide.