Global perspectives for private companies
Plans, priorities, and expectations
Eighty-nine percent of global private companies are confident in their business’ success over the next two years, despite increased uncertainty.
As global economies grow in sync for the first time in a decade, optimism surpasses uncertainty among private companies when it comes to their expectations and investment plans. In its inaugural report, “Global perspectives for private companies: Plans, priorities, and expectations,” Deloitte Private reveals that two-thirds of private company executives across the globe believe their revenue will rise in the year ahead.
Surveying almost 1,900 executives in 30 countries, the majority of respondents expect revenue, profits, productivity, and capital investments to increase in the year ahead. Additionally, 45 percent expect to hire more full-time employees. Despite these expectations, 53 percent of respondents perceive a greater level of uncertainty around their future business prospects.