SME’s optimistic about growth

kinex specialises in supplying essential services to small to medium sized business (SMEs) and are pleased to report that according to a recent poll, two thirds of SMEs believe that their company will see positive growth in the next five years and are optimistic and proud of their businesses.

The survey

The recent survey by AXA PPP healthcare also states that 62% of business owners believe they are thriving due to the fact they own the business, giving greater flexibility and freedom. 70% of owners also said they are proud, inspired, content or fortunate to own their own business, highlighting the positive effects that having control over your working life can bring.

Being in control

81% of business owners are involved with business strategy on a day-to-day basis. Most bosses of SMEs are also involved with business operations, production, new business development, marketing and customer service on a daily basis.

Glen Parkinson, SME Business Director at AXA PPP healthcare, said: “It’s good to see SME owners flourishing as a result of having their own business. Coming into work feeling inspired or fortunate is a great motivator and helps productivity and creativity to blossom.

“The future looks bright for the UK’s SMEs, which is great news for the economy, as they are the backbone of our economic output.”

The correlation between being in control of business affairs and optimism for the future is proven by this study. It’s also important to be in charge of your essential services. That’s why the kinex Bill is straight forward and on your terms, so that you know exactly what outgoings your business has each month. If your SME is looking to grow in the future, it’s one less thing for you to worry about.

About kinex

kinex specialise in looking after you – Britain’s small businesses. We supply all the essential services you rely on at a price you like. And one bill makes the whole thing simple. You get a reliable partner and honest personal service from a team that’s keen to help.

6th September 2015