Greater Cincinnati entrepreneurs expect 2014 to be a good year for business and hiring, according to a survey by the Entrepreneurs’ Organization.
The survey found that 84 percent of local entrepreneurs believe they will see increased profits in the coming year, and 60 percent expect to hire more full-time employees.
“The results from the survey underscores that Cincinnati businesses are thriving despite the current economic climate,” said Joseph Stewart, president of Cincinnati’s charter of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization. “We expect our businesses to continue growing, and we expect the market to rebound in a positive way.”
The survey included 43 Cincinnati-area companies with at least $1 million in annual revenue and sizable impacts on the local economy.