Flavio Maluf Advice Gives Brazilian Business Men Improved Optimism
A survey called “International Business Report (IBR)” evaluated the expectation of 2,600 market leaders in 37 different world economies and pointed out an optimism of the Brazilian businessmen for the period of the next twelve months. The study was conducted by auditing and consulting Grant Thornton, an American company.
In the third quarter of 2016, in relation to the previous quarter, the optimism of Brazil’s entrepreneurs increased by 27 percentage points, reaching 45% – that is, 12% ahead of the global average, which was 33%. The country, since the second quarter of 2013, when it reached 43%, did not present such a positive indicator, reports the Brazilian businessman, president of Eucatex companies, Flavio Maluf.
Brazil, which ranked 23rd in the overall ranking of the most optimistic countries, has now risen to 14th. Below Canada and Germany, however, the front of the mighty United States of America, which is in 15th place. The first on the list are Indonesia, India and the Philippines. Japan, Greece, and Singapore are the latest, says Flávio Maluf. Visit dino.com to learn more.
Regarding the expectation of revenue growth for the next twelve months, the index is 59%, which, compared to the previous quarter, represents a decrease of 4 percentage points; the expectation of employment fell 17 points and reached 25%; and the expectation of profitability fell 13 – index of 42%, according to reports Flavio Maluf.
Grant Thornton’s leading consulting and audit partner, Daniel Maranhão, says that the main reasons that encourage entrepreneurs to resume GDP growth “are the expectation of political stability and the prospect of fiscal adjustment and its impact on the indicators for the next few years.”
Flávio Maluf points out that increasing sales force, encouraging productivity improvements, investing in marketing, investing in new products or services, and expanding local businesses are the initiatives that entrepreneurs have distinguished to invest in growth in the coming years. months.
As far as wages are concerned, 79% believe in an increase, this means 10 points more than the previous quarter; and 7% rely on a wage increase above inflation – an increase of 7 points.
However, the president of Eucatex companies, Flávio Maluf, points out that optimism in the world was not so positive. The percentage of 33% is only 1 point higher than the second quarter of 2016, however, representing a fall of 11 points compared to the same period last year.
The survey showed reduced optimism in France, which was minus 18 points; in the United Kingdom and Spain, both fell 19 points; and Ireland, which is down 24 points.
The average of the other European Union countries declined by 7 percentage points. In the United States, in relation to the quarter, the reduction was only 1 point, but in the period of the last year is already 11. Mexico has dropped 22 points in the last three months alone. Learn more: http://www.barbacenaonline.com.br/noticia/saude/flavio-maluf-e-o-novo-diretor-da-santa-casa-de-barbacena