At the end of 2014, the International Standards Organisation (ISO) released a survey outlining the growth in the uptake of ISO Standards. This survey focused on the growth of the seven most popular ISO Standards over 2012 and 2013.
We have previously posted about Irish and UK growth separately but now we would like to look at how these two nations are faring in comparison to each other.
The figures released by the ISO late last year showed a 4% increase in the uptake of ISO standards globally, with total of 1,564,448 certificates issued in 2013.
A more comprehensive blog on the findings of the reports can be found by following these links:
The major points of comparison of these two countries are as follows:
ISO Survey 2014