Study Reveals The Most Forward-Looking Cities in Europe with Dublin Making the Top List. #Tech #Dublin

Dublin is named as one of the most forward-looking in Europe, ranking particularly highly on sustainability measures.

HomeToGo, the world’s largest accommodation search engine, has conducted it’s annual report into the  most forward-looking cities in Europe. As we are at the turn of a new decade, this study reveals which tech-focused, sustainable and connected metropolis’ are likely to be relevant in the coming years.

The index assesses 29 cities around Europe, rating them across three core pillars – technology, sustainability and connectivity– to come up with an overall score.

Zurich achieved the highest scores overall. The Swiss finance capital has the highest proportion of technology-led companies out of any cities in the ranking.

Progressive Scandinavia features heavily in the study, with three countries, Denmark, Sweden and Norway making the toplist.

The United Kingdom is the country with the largest number of forward-looking cities – with six in the final list. London was the most sustainable city in the ranking with a score of 74%

These are the top five most forward-looking cities in Europe for 2020:

Rank
City
Technology
Sustainability
Internet Connectivity
Average Score
1
Zurich, Switzerland
47%
68%
92%
69.6%
2
Stockholm, Sweden
32%
72%
96%
66.6%
3
Copenhagen, Denmark
35%
66%
96%
65.6%
4
Oslo, Finland
34%
67%
96%
65.5%
5
Munich, Germany
36%
67%
92%
65%

 

Please refer here for more information and the full study:

https://www.hometogo.co.uk/europe/#forward-looking

Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

CEO and expert in transport and Mobile tech. A fan 20 years, mobile consultant, Nokia Mobile expert, Former Nokia/Microsoft VIP,Multiple forum tech supporter with worldwide top ranking,Working in the background on mobile technology, Weekly radio show, Featured on the RTE consumer show, Cavan TV and on TRT WORLD. Award winning Technology reviewer and blogger. Security and logisitcs Professional.

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