Global Forecasting Solutions

Interpreting the future

Our proven record

Following the 2008 credit crunch, the global economy entered a serious recession, marking negative growth rates at 2009, for the first time in 60 years. Beyond any doubt, this was the most severe economic slowdown since the Great Depression, with lasting repercussions in the following years. But was this just a random effect or could we have predicted it and take the necessary steps to minimize losses?
Following a successful seven-year prediction of global GDP, this analysis offers insights about the next years of the global economy until 2020.
A successful two-year forecast of the number of active users of the biggest professional network on the planet.
This forecast, based on data up to 2008, follows accurately actual values for CO2 emissions for 2009-2012
This forecast, published in November of 2014, performed very well against actual data despite the prolonged time of the projection (1,5 years) and the significant political and macroeconomic turbulence in Greece during 2015.
A successful prediction of the evolution and conclusion of the latest Ebola outbreak in Afrika in 2014-2015.

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