First Business Bank’s
Business Statistics & Trends Report
Ever wonder how other local businesses are doing or their projections for 2022? Business leaders often ask us, so almost 20 years ago we began asking you in a survey. Your anonymous answers go into a local report. The data, divided by Wisconsin markets and Kansas City Metro, is more relevant than ever to business leaders.
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Business Statistics & Trends News
Despite persistent challenges stemming from COVID-19, business executives in the Greater Dane County area and around the state expressed optimism about what lies ahead in 2022, according to First Business Bank’s 19th annual survey of businesses.
97% of Kansas City Metro Businesses Expect Same or Better Performance in 2022
Business executives in the Kansas City Metro expressed optimism about what lies ahead in 2022. This comes despite lingering pandemic-related challenges, according to the annual survey of business decision-makers conducted annually since 2018 by First Business Bank.
92% of Southeast Wisconsin Businesses Expect Same or Better Performance in 2022
This summer’s COVID-19 resurgence made business recovery efforts more difficult, but in the face of these challenges, business executives around the state — as well as the Southeast Wisconsin — expressed optimism about the future, according to First Business Bank’s annual survey of business decision-makers.
94% of Northeast Wisconsin Businesses Expect Same or Better Performance in 2022
Persistent challenges stemming from COVID-19 remain, but according to First Business Bank’s annual survey, business executives in the Northeast Wisconsin area and around the state are feeling optimistic about what lies ahead.