In the fall of 2021, we asked business leaders in three Wisconsin communities and Kansas City Metro:
- How their businesses performed in 2021 and performance predictions for 2022
- Challenges their businesses faced in 2021 and will face in 2022
- Strategies they implemented in 2021 and plan to implement in 2022
The resulting Business Statistics & Trends Report provides a hyper-local snapshot of how businesses in our Wisconsin and Kansas City communities are contending with variables like the supply chain, consumer demand, hiring constraints, and the ongoing battle with COVID-19.
In a compelling video presentation, Nancy Johnshoy, CFA, Senior Vice President – Portfolio Manager & Market Strategist, overlays data from the Business Statistics & Trends Report with market and economic data to show compelling trends locally and nationally.
Related Business & Statistics Trends Information
Full Report On Results >
The First Business Bank Business Statistics and Trends Report was completed by 305 respondents in Greater Dane County, Southeast Wisconsin, Northeast Wisconsin, and Kansas City Metro.
Dane County WI Press Release >
92% Of Dane County Businesses Expect Same Or Better Performance In 2022
Southeast WI Press Release >
92% Of Southeast Wisconsin Businesses Expect Same Or Better Performance In 2022
Northeast WI Press Release >
94% Of Northeast Wisconsin Businesses Expect Same Or Better Performance In 2022
Kansas City Metro Press Release >
97% Of Kansas City Metro Businesses Expect Same Or Better Performance In 2022