Chubb and The National Center for the Middle Market surveyed 1,000 executives of middle market companies for the semi-annual Middle Market Indicator report.
The National Center for the Middle Market is a collaboration between The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business, Chubb and Visa. It exists for a single purpose: to ensure that the vitality and robustness of middle market companies are fully realized as fundamental to our nation's economic outlook and prosperity.
In addition to the summary report, spotlight reports will be available on specific industries.
Middle Market companies reported double digit revenue growth last year, but look to 2024 with cautious optimism
According to year-end survey results, middle market companies reported an unprecedented level of revenue growth, but anticipate slowing expansion ahead. Inflation, recession and talent shortage/employee retention were seen as top emerging risks.
New Chubb and National Center of Middle Market Survey reveals inflation remains the number one risk, and rising concerns over cybersecurity, catastrophic/climate events and insurance coverage gaps.