Ungated Post | 11 May 2018

SME Pulse 2018: Strategies for sustainable growth

Building on our work with American Express on 2017 ‘SME Strategies For Success’ report, Oxford Economics surveyed 3,000 senior executives across 12 countries and 16 industries, to explore how the current outlook of the world’s SMEs differs to 12 months ago. We are seeing significantly higher confidence levels and SMEs are evolving their strategies, applying their strong attributes of agility, innovation and strong customer relationships, while working hard to attract talent and effectively use technology, to drive competitive advantage and sustainable growth.

The 2018 Pulse report found that SMEs are:

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