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TEC CEO Confidence Index

The Executive Connection CEO Confidence Index is a quarterly survey measuring the economic outlook and sentiment of Australian business leaders of midmarket organisations. The survey measures  the views about economic conditions compared to a year ago, the expectations for economic conditions in the year ahead and the business expectations for the next 12 months on; fixed capital expenditure, sales revenue, profitability, prices for their products and services and total headcount

The survey also identifies the challenges and opportunities faced by leaders including business operations, leadership, talent and technology. The Executive Connection’s members are CEOs and leaders of businesses with up to 200 employees and annual revenue of between $2 million and $100+ million per year.

The results provide insight into the challenges and opportunities faced by leaders of mid-market organisations, their confidence in the Australian business environment and insights into key issues such as political leadership, access to funding and market conditions.

CEO Confidence Index, September Quarter 2019: Business confidence moves up

This quarter, CEOs across the country feel the economy has turned a corner, but it isn’t all clear roads ahead; with talent and access to credit remaining key …

CEO Confidence Index, June Quarter 2019: Economic outlook deteriorates

The June Quarter 2019 survey was conducted between 27 March and 12 April 2019 and provides insight into the challenges and opportunities businesses are facing in the next …

TEC Confidence Index Q4 2018 Report

TEC Confidence Index Quarter 4, 2018

We are excited to announce that we have evolved our quarterly SME Confidence Index into the CEO Confidence Index; a compelling economic indicator that truly reflects the business …

TEC Confidence Index Quarter 3, 2018

A spoonful of optimism sees leaders charging full steam ahead into the last few months of 2018, with a significant 78 per cent of CEOs expecting overall economic …

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TEC Confidence Index Quarter 2, 2018

Despite the likelihood of a Federal Election to take place in the next 12 months, an overwhelming 91 per cent of CEOs expect overall economic conditions in Australia …

TEC Confidence Index Quarter 1, 2018

Disruptive competitors and a shortage of skilled talent remain top of mind business challenges, but they aren’t hindering Australian CEOs’ expectations for growth over the next 12 months.

TEC Confidence Index Quarter 4, 2017

CEOs are optimistic about their projected business performance in 2018, with leaders of small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) confident they’ll see an increase in profitability, sales and employee headcount.

TEC Confidence Index Quarter 3, 2017

CEOs are optimistic about their projected business performance in 2018, with leaders of small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) confident they’ll see an increase in profitability, sales and employee headcount.