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Mazars 2020 C-suite barometer
In early 2020, Mazars decided to initiate a new C-suite barometer. We wanted to assess the views of C-suite leaders around the world on their activities and outlook for the coming year, understand how they manage and prioritise short- and long-term initiatives.
It was our intention for the survey to form a baseline of data against which we could track how these views evolve in subsequent surveys in coming years.
Unintentionally, however, we ended up capturing a snapshot of something else: how international business leaders were responding to the most severe pandemic in over a century.
Mazars’ 2020 C-suite barometer is a comprehensive report of business executives’ views and outlook for 2021, based on insights from over 500 C-suite leaders around the world.
Overall, the research shows a surprising level of optimism amongst the C-suite. Despite the tough environment, the majority (58%) expected to end 2020 with revenue higher than in 2019. When considering 2021, executives were even more positive: over 70% expected higher revenues than in 2020.
This is not to disregard the suffering: the impact of the Covid-19 crisis is evident in the 35% who said their revenue would be lower than it was in 2019. We also found a more negative outlook from the 40 additional respondents in the Q4 pulse survey, with more executives concerned that their revenue will fall in 2021 than previously.
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