6 Jan 2023
At the CES 2023 technology event, the CTA unveiled the second edition of the Global Innovation Scorecard. This assessment of policies and practices around the world measures 40 indicators across 17 categories, including environmental quality, trade policy, broadband access, cybersecurity, and tax friendliness, to determine which countries are innovation champions, leaders, adopters, and modest innovators.
A total of 24 nations achieved the highest ranking of “innovation champion”, including Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Lithuania, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States, as well as the European Union (EU). The scorecard also included 70 nations spanning the globe, including all members of the G20. The CTA believes that with the right policies in place, countries can unleash innovation and empower diverse communities to bring new technologies to life and to market, improving the lives of millions.
The CTA is committed to helping countries create the best possible environment for innovation and progress. To achieve this, the CTA provides resources and guidance to help nations improve their global innovation score. The CTA's resources include guidelines for improving broadband access, reducing barriers to trade and investment, and building stronger cyber security measures.
The CTA also provides training and educational materials to help countries understand the importance of a diverse and inclusive workforce, and to create policies that foster innovation and progress. By helping countries create the best possible environment for innovation, the CTA is working to ensure that everyone can benefit from the benefits that technological progress can bring.
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