Ungated Post | 01 Mar 2019

Transforming with Confidence: Innovation in Norway

Innovation is a must for companies to survive today and into the future. Still, very few businesses have understood how to innovate successfully and turn innovation into tangible financial result. Successful innovators not only outperform others financially over the last 5 years – they also have higher expectations about future results.

We call them Innovation Champions.

Oxford Economics surveyed 120 companies across Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Finland in early 2019 to look for a correlation between firms with a strong commitment to innovation and strong financial results.

Respondents were screened by their knowledge of innovation activities and strategies within their companies. Respondents were at the C-level or VP/Directors.

Read the Transforming with Confidence: Innovation in Norway report

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