“The Digital Economy is a policy initiative that meets the IPF. It is a common theme across global policy makers, has validation from the ground level and the commitment from industry leaders to implement.”
The Digital Economy emerged as a common theme across 5 task forces at the 2015 Turkey B20.These task forces included, SME & Entrepreneurship, Financing Growth, Infrastructure & Investment, Employment and Trade.
The voice of the real economy participants has been heard through a comprehensive assessment known as the G20 Nations Case Study.
It has met the highest world standard and upon completion will involve more than 80 ministerial departments, NGOs and IGOs from the G20 countries.
The case study, now nearly 40% complete, will shape what the Digital Economy should look like in order to serve as the tool to implement the recommendations proposed by policy makers.
Nothing is possible without rapid and comprehensive implementation. The technology industry has confirmed its capability and commitment through exclusive agreements to deliver what the real economy participants need, at no cost to the end user. The world’s top technology companies, which are now servicing more than 60% of the world’s GDP, with more than 2.4 million experts at their disposal, have unprecedentedly agreed to collaborate in the implementation of the empowered Digital Economy. Read More