Top Ten European Cities for Digital Technology Talent

Summary & Key Insight

The rapid growth of the digital economy is creating significant private-sector demand for talent in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. Governments and educational systems in countries around the world are quickly trying to respond to this demand by developing both public and private initiatives that cultivate interest and expertise in these subject areas. Several nations in the European Union (EU) have responded by combining business, government and education into “triple helix” STEM platforms that are working to develop STEM talent and close the gap between supply and demand. These STEM programs tend to be in or around large cities. This Leadership Insight examines data from ISG’s proprietary City Attractiveness Framework, which finds t...

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