There are two types of analysis I conduct on the services and cities data. The matrix can be analysed either by columns to focus upon relations between ﬁrms or between rows to focus upon relations between cities. The former type of analysis reveals conﬁgurations among the ﬁrms, showing similarities in distributions of ofﬁces, and is the subject matter of this chapter. The latter reveals conﬁgurations among the cities in terms of similarities in their service mixes and is the subject matter of Chapter 7. By searching out patterns in this way, spatial conﬁgurations are identiﬁed that show different geographies of globalization.