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Business growth optimism increases among executives
Business leaders are increasingly optimistic that their corporations will experience growth in the next two years.
That is according to the Enterprising 2009 Survey conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), which discovered that 67 per cent of the private sector executives questioned expect the situation of their business to improve in the next 24 months, Consultant News reported.
If this trend of increased business growth is realised, demand for interim management specialists could grow in the public sector as corporations look for executives that have experience in delivering new revenue streams, products and services.
Mary Monfries, head of UK private business at PwC, expressed pleasure that business leaders are "defiantly upbeat".
She told the website: "Private business and its owners' confidence is key to the economic recovery and it is imperative that government and industry continue to back their commitment to the UK's private business sector."
The growth in business confidence witnessed in the UK was reiterated earlier this month by the Institute of Chartered Accountants, which suggested that the recession was coming to an end.
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