Our analysts extract relevant information on investment and employment from thousands of online sources, formatting it to aggregate it into readable trends.
Job creations and eliminations (5 jobs created or eliminated minimum), investments from 1 M€, fund raising, threats on employment, investment project leads, in all sectors... More than 80,000 data collected since 2009.
Industrial investments (manufacturing, R&D, logistics, energy production & distribution, call centres, etc.) with more than $30m of investment or 50 jobs created, worldwide. More than 25,000 Data collected since 2016.
For each relevant information that falls within the scope of our databases, a descriptive sheet is drawn up by our analysts, with around thirty indicators.
Some indicators are quantitative: number of jobs created or eliminated, amount invested, land area, building area, quantities produced - some indicators are not systematically filled in.
Our data are generally well correlated with the major trends in the economy.
For France, we observe a good correlation between our data and the quarterly INSEE data on job creation and destruction.
Since 2009, we have observed a strong correlation private between jobs creation and suppression recorded by Trendeo and the statistics published by INSEE.
The levels are not the same (we do not track the evolution of temporary workers or of sectors made up of micro-businesses, such as the arts & craft industries), but the trends are closely correlated.
Our ambition is to provide the same depth of observation at the global level as we offer for France now.
Our users already benefit from a very good visibility on global industrial CAPEX investment (manufacturing, energy, R&D, logistics, call centres...)
Six Usine du Futur criteria were defined with our partners, Fives, EDF and the Institut de la réindustrialisation, in 2016, when we created our global database.
The criteria were chosen to reflect all the dimensions of the transformation that global industry is undergoing: technological, environmental, social, societal...
We identify, in our French data, the information mentioning the company's willingness to export or to set up abroad.
In our French data, we group together within an aeronautics sector the companies that work for companies in the aeronautics sector: plastics manufacturers, metalworkers and other subcontractors. The same approach is adopted to identify the automotive sector.
Since 2009, we have been identifying in our French data 22 sectors identified as sustainable: wind, solar, methanisation, organic food, biofuel, hydrogen, recycling, urban farms, etc.