SMEs expect business to record significant growth over 2014, study suggests
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are quite confident about their future and expect business volumes to grow over the course of 2014, new research reveals.
According to a media source, figures obtained from the Funding and Finance market research report by chartered accountancy group Monahans in conjunction with the MHA, the UK association of accountancy and business advisory firms, suggest that close to 40% of all SMEs expect their business to grow over the coming year.
The study focused on the companies’ experiences of funding and raising finance in 2013 and their expectations for 2014 and involved a sample of 225 small and medium enterprises across various industry sectors.
Results suggest that 40% of respondents expect growth of over 10% in 2014, while 58% of respondents found fundraising “very easy”, “easy” or “average”.
Small and medium companies who expect a growth in the business volumes over the next year should also plan ahead and implement efficient workforce management systems that would enable them to lower admin costs whenever new employees join their rosters.
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