The 2020 FTI Consulting Resilience Barometer incorporates the views of more than 2,000 respondents from large companies across all G20 countries. The quantitative survey was conducted in November 2019 and respondent profiles replicate those used in last year’s FTI Consulting Resilience Barometer.
Each country’s results have been weighted so that each country represents a similar proportion in the total ‘G20’ results. The majority (74%) of respondents were C-suite and senior managers executives from privately owned companies, while 26% were from publicly listed entities.
Respondents reported an average global turnover of USD 17,439 million over the past 12 months. Companies reporting a global turnover of USD 1 billion over the past 12 months comprised 10% of the sample size, while those reporting more than USD 100 billion made up 7% and those reporting USD 100m made up 7%. In total participating companies employ a global sum of 58 million people, employing an average of 23,336 people.
Respondents were classified according to industry, with Technology & Communications (26%); Consumer Goods (19%); Financials (14%) and Services (10%) making up the bulk of the sample.Download Resilience Barometer 2020
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