Bengaluru Ranked ‘Most Dynamic City’ in World (Download PDF)

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Bengaluru became most dynamic city in world. It is released by Jones Lang LaSalle’s City Momentum Index (JLL CMI). Index tracks speed of change of a city’s economy and commercial real estate market. Index examined 42 variables in 134 global cities.

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Highlights

  • IT capital of India Bengaluru has announced world’s most dynamic city.
  • Asia Pacific cities comprise half of top 30 fastest-changing cities.
  • Five Indian cities feature in CMI Global Top 30 that includes Pune (13th rank), Chennai (17th), Delhi (23rd), Mumbai (25th) and Bangalore (1).
  • Ranking included socio-economic factors of GDP, population, air traffic, foreign direct investment, growth of commercial real estate, innovation capacity and technological prowess, access to education, and environment quality.
  • The index covers 134 major established and emerging business hubs and ranks them on parameters like technology, connectivity, population, education and real estate investments.
  • The rise of Indian cities is due to successful transitioning to high-value manufacturing and service-based activities, with employment, wealth generation, and commercial real estate growth.
socio-economic factors of 'Most Dynamic city'

Socio-economic Factors of ‘Most Dynamic City’

socio-economic factors of ‘Most Dynamic city’

About City Momentum Index

City Momentum Index Key areas

City Momentum Index Key Areas

City Momentum Index Key areas

  • Index tracks speed of change of a city’s economy and commercial real estate market.
  • It covers 134 major established and emerging business hubs and identifies cities that have the potential to maintain greatest dynamism over short and long term.
  • Full research findings will be published on 1 February 2017.
  • Short term momentum: Economic Output, Retail Sales, Population, Air Connectivity, Corporate HQs, Foreign Direct Investment
  • Commercial Real estate Momentum: Construction, Absorption, Price, Offices, Retail, Hotels, Investment Transactions, Transparency
  • Long Term fundamentals: Higher Education Infrastructure, Innovation, Capability, International Patent Applications, Technology Firms, Environmental Quality.

- Published/Last Modified on: March 17, 2017

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