Joe Galvin

  • Vistage CEO Confidence Index slips in Q1 2018

    Vistage CEO Confidence Index slips in Q1 2018

    The confidence of CEOs from small and midsize businesses (SMBs) has slipped in the past quarter but remains high, according to new data from Vistage. The Vistage CEO Confidence Index, calculated as part of Vistage’s quarterly survey of SMB CEOs, measured 105.8 in Q1 2018. By comparison, the index was 110.3 last quarter (Q4 2017)

  • The key to double-digit growth

    The key to double-digit growth

    If you’ve ever wondered why some companies are capable of growing faster than others, new research from Vistage has an answer: They’re highly effective at customer engagement. Our analysis of more than 1,300 survey responses from CEOs of small and midsize businesses found that high-growth companies — those that grew double-digits each year for two years

  • Economic confidence declines in March WSJ/Vistage survey

    Economic confidence declines in March WSJ/Vistage survey

    For the second consecutive month, the economic optimism of small business CEOs has decreased in the Wall Street Journal/Vistage Small Business CEO Survey. In the March 2018 survey, the Wall Street Journal/Vistage CEO Confidence Index measured 112.7 — a decline of 4.3 points from the February index (117.0) and 7.8 points from the January index

  • 5 growth drivers from high-performing CEOs

    5 growth drivers from high-performing CEOs

    According to the Vistage CEO Confidence Index, CEOs of small and midsize businesses (SMBs) anticipate revenue growth in 2018. In the latest survey, a whopping 83% of SMB CEOs said that they expected their company’s revenues to increase this year. Another 13% predicted that this year’s revenues would be on par with last year’s revenues, while only 4%

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