The Future Possibilities Index 2024

January 22, 2024
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The Future Possibilities Index (FPI) is a flagship global future trends study released on 15 January 2024 by Newsweek Vantage and Horizon Group at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

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The study compares the factors that will help governments, investors and other private sector stakeholders leverage six global, transformational trends for growth and wellbeing across 70 countries. The six global transformational trends are:

  1. ExabyteEconomy (advanced digital technologies)
  2. Wellbeing Economy (health prevention and wellness)
  3. Net Zero Economy (reduction of carbon emissions)
  4. Circular Economy (recycling and reuse)
  5. BioGrowth Economy (food and agriculture innovations)
  6. Experience Economy (consumption of experiences instead of physical goods).

The data used is from recognised international organisations as well as a survey of 5,000 business executives conducted for the project.

You can access the report and the related data here.

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