Pay
City Competitiveness Dashboard

City Competitiveness Dashboard

City Competitiveness Dashboard

City ACity BCity CCity DCity E8.25.412.815.39.7

Population (million)

The proportion of the floating population

12%

City A

22%

City B

28%

City C

32%

City D

11%

City E

City ECity DCity CCity BCity A3456422835162415612The number of hospitalThe number of universities$100$1,090$2,080$3,070$4,060$5,050$6,040$7,030$8,020$9,010$10,000House price2,500City ECity DCity CCity BCity A356496480228328267344212120152The number of well-known brandsHigh-rise commercial buildings

72%

28%

Annual income of more than $100,000

84%

16%

81%

19%

77%

23%

71%

29%

The average price of commercial house

13
0
2
publish time: 2021-04-01
Charlotte

A city competitiveness index is a set of institutions, policies, and factors that determine the level of productivity of a city, conditions of public institutions, and technical conditions. As shown in the dashboard diagram, many common factors contribute to making cities competitive: quality of urban infrastructure, communications, and public services, business rivalry and cooperation, access to natural resources and skills, location in relation to markets, risk management, social capital, and quality of life. As shown in the diagram, developed cities use the information and communications technology to optimize annual income, floating population, average pricing of commercial houses, and others. A free customizable city competitiveness dashboard template is provided to download and share among the peers.

See More Related Templates