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DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - This year, small- and mid-sized business owners’ say
their confidence remains slightly above pre-recession levels, and those owners also believe changes in technology are helping them reduce demands on their time.
Those are two of the takeaways from a recent Business Journals survey of attitudes and behaviors of owners of small- and mid-sized businesses.
On the first point, the data indicate that 2015 was a high-water mark for business owner confidence, with 81 percent of those surveyed saying they had a positive outlook. In January 2016, 79 percent said they had a positive outlook, which was still the highest percentage the Business Journals recorded going back to at least January 2008, when 78 percent said they had a positive outlook.
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