In the List of World’S 50 Future-Ready Cities, Delhi is Ranked at 44th Position (Download PDF)


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In the List embracing technology for growth of the world’s 50 ‘future-ready economies cities’ National Capital of India, Delhi has been ranked 44th position according to the recently released report ‘Future-Ready Economies Model’ by the Information Technology major Dell.

Key facts:

  • The list is topped by San Jose, and followed by San Francisco, Singapore, London, Washington DC, etc.
  • These high-growth cities were appraised on the constraints of human capital, infrastructure and commerce.
  • The model scores large, high-growth global metropolitan areas based on qualities that enable people and governments to access new tools and ideas that bring better connectivity, better economic presentation and a greater ability to attract talent.
  • The cities were located in the list were evaluated along three dimensions human capital, infrastructure and commerce.

About Dell:

  • Dell is an American privately owned multinational computer Technology Company grounded in Round Rock, Texas, and United States.
  • It manufactures, sells, repairs, and supports computers and related products and services.
  • It was founded by Michael Dell on 1st February 1984.
  • It is one of the largest technological corporations in the world, with more than 103, 300 employees worldwide.

- Published/Last Modified on: April 18, 2016


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