Question of the Month: What are Your Business Performance Predictions for 2014?

With 2013 coming to a close, it’s time to reflect on the year and look forward to 2014. In our December 2012 poll, we asked what you expected for 2013, and 43% said you expected business to remain steady, while 31% expected exponential growth and 25% expected a decrease in business. Moving into a new year full of excitement and uncertainty, how do you see the economic environment shaping up? Are you planning for an aggressive bull market or are you buckling down for bearish business? We want to know how you think 2014 is going to pan out. Let us know by voting in our monthly poll!


How did 2013 compare to your predictions? What are your business plans for 2014? Let us know in the comments section below!

2 Responses to Question of the Month: What are Your Business Performance Predictions for 2014?

  1. R Lambert December 3, 2013 at 4:23 pm #

    If there is an upside to a lengthy recession, it tends to weed out the fly by nighters and those operating on a shoe string (so to speak). We are positioned to capture an independant business growth like no previous year. The big Box Stores are not going to give the service that are expected by our current customers and suprised by our new customers. I expect a really good year for our building supply business.

    R. Lambert
    Pres./ Owner
    Plywood Case Company
    Carrollton, Georgia.

  2. John Mertes December 17, 2013 at 12:41 pm #

    We have a program we call our Community Outreach program. We require each of our managers to participate in a service organization or networking group as a representative of the company. All fees and dues are paid by the company.

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