March 2015: Large Mid-Market Firm CEOs Are More Confident Than Their Smaller Company Peers

For four out of the last five years, CEOs of mid-market companies with more than $100 million in revenue had the most confidence in their expectations for overall business conditions a year from now as compared to their smaller-company peers. They also scored higher than the average of all CEOs surveyed.

In March 2015, CEOs of larger mid-market companies rated their confidence level in how they see overall business conditions a year from now a 6.79 out of 10. Meanwhile, CEOs of companies with revenues of between $10 million and $100 million gave a 6.63 rating, while those of companies with revenue under $10M scored 6.06.



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