SMB confidence climbs to five-year high
Small and medium business (SMB) confidence has risen to a five-year high, largely due to an improved economic outlook, according to the latest Sensis Business Index survey.
The views of 1,000 SMBS were captured within the index, which is released by Sensis each quarter. The latest survey found that 60 per cent of SMBS are confident while 16 per cent are worried. The net balance score of +44, being the difference between the percentage of confident and worried businesses, is the highest business confidence score recorded by Sensis since March 2011.
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