The U.S. economy is reaching a record-breaking period of expansion that started 10 years ago. There is a reignited interest around when the next recession could happen. Sentiment surveys point out that executives are concerned that job markets, credit risks and tariffs policies could press the economy to decelerate.
Suplari surveyed Finance and Procurement professionals about their concerns, preparedness and coping tactics. Business executives, analysts and the general public will find this study helpful to further assess the odds and outlook for an eventual recession.
Finance and Procurement professionals can use the report to plan ahead and prioritize practical approaches about:
- Plans to avoid disruption of performance, growth, and profitability
- Strategies and levers to quickly reduce cost and risk
- Specific tactics in each industry sector to deal with a recession
- Categories and budgets that come under greatest scrutiny