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(% of respondents)
Data was from the August 2018 Deloitte "2018 Global Blockchain Survey." 1,053 senior executives worldwide from various industries at companies with $500 million or more in annual revenues were surveyed online during March 26-April 5, 2018. Respondents were from Canada (n=103), China (n=205), France (n=76), Germany (n=132), Mexico (n=103), the UK (n=150) and the US (n=284) and had at least a broad understanding of blockchain and were familiar with and able to comment on their company's investment in blockchain. Respondents identified their job role as C-level or equivalent (86%) or VP-level of equivalent (14%) with a job title of business unit head/business president (2%), CEO (21%), CFO (6%), CIO/CTO (26%), COO (9%), CSO (2%), director (3%), executive VP (13%), president (8%), senior manager/manager/other (5%) or other C-level title (5%) who primarily work in administration (10%), finance (10%), human resources (2%), innovation (7%), IT (42%), marketing (4%), procurement (2%), sales (11%), strategy (8%) or other (4%).
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