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Recessions: What You Need to Know

re·ces·sion

/rəˈseSH(ə)n/

noun

A period of temporary economic decline during which trade and industrial activity are reduced, generally identified by a fall in GDP in two successive quarters.

From Oxford Dictionaries.

 

Recessions can be daunting, particularly when the economic downturn catches you and your business unawares. We have a plethora of resources to help your business not only survive a recession but potentially thrive during one. From forecasting coming recessions and clarifying the expected impacts to providing recession-specific Management Objectives™, we can help your business maintain profitability through the low periods.

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Prepare for a Recession in the Construction Industry
Prepare for a Recession in the Construction Industry
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Advice for Phases of the Business Cycle - Phase D

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