FocusEconomics partners with leading online statistics provider Statista
We are pleased to announce our new data partnership with Statista. Specializing in macroeconomic intelligence, we will be providing Statista with valuable historical and forecast data on the Nordics economies for Statista’s online database. The data covers key macroeconomic indicators for Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden - 4 of the 127 countries FocusEconomics covers.
FocusEconomics’ CEO Arne Pohlman saw the partnership as a way to provide insight for Statista’s network of members. Commenting on the partnership, Arne Pohlman said, “We see Statista as a good fit between our macroeconomic intelligence and an inquisitive and growing global audience constantly seeking out reliable data for their work, be it professional or academic.”
Friedrich Schwandt, CEO of Statista stated “Our partnerships here at Statista continue to grow with reliable data providers. Focus Economics is a great partner for Statista. Their timely macroeconomic developments and international coverage will provide significant added value to our platform.”
Statista is pleased to work with FocusEconomics and offer our Nordics markets a unique offering of data which has been trusted among leading companies and organizations around the world. By making the macroeconomic data available for the Nordics we are able to ensure an extensive offering for the 1 million subscribers currently researching on Statista globally. We are confident that partnerships like these strengthen Statista and FocusEconomics by allowing a sampling of business intelligence to reach a new audience. The data will be made available immediately to Statista’s subscribers. For their convenience, users will be able to connect directly to FocusEconomics via the information they see on Statista.
Statista.com is one of the leading statistics companies on the internet. In its essence the Statista looks to change the traditional model of market research by providing individual data sets on demand via subscription. With a team of over 350 statisticians, database experts, analysts, and editors, Statista provides users with an innovative and intuitive tool for researching quantitative data, statistics and related information. The product is aimed at business clients and academics of any size. Consultant firms and media agencies license their services as well as strategy and marketing departments in large corporations from a variety of industries. Their client base includes a wide range of globally active companies and premier academic institutions. Since the launch of the platform in 2008, more than 1,000,000 users have registered with Statista.
Further information is available at www.statista.com.
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of FocusEconomics S.L.U. Views, forecasts or estimates are as of the date of the publication and are subject to change without notice. This report may provide addresses of, or contain hyperlinks to, other internet websites. FocusEconomics S.L.U. takes no responsibility for the contents of third party internet websites.
Author: Miriam C. Dowd, Marketing Manager
Date: September 27, 2016
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