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How CEOs Are Staying Optimistic Despite an Easing Economy
The economic confidence of small business owners has slowly declined since the start of the year, going from a Confidence Index of 99.0 in the second quarter, to 96.3 this quarter. Despite those concerns about the economy, Vistage CEOs are still showing optimism when it comes to their own companies. In this episode of The Pulse of Small Business, we find out why Vistage members are staying confident and the practical steps they’re taking to remain optimistic in their own businesses.
A monthly survey measuring the sentiment of U.S. small-business CEOs and owners about the economy. Respondents are limited to businesses with annual revenues of $1 million to $20 million. The findings are analyzed by Dr. Richard Curtin, University of Michigan. View an interactive tool with the full results at vistageindex.com.