Despite nagging fears of a recession, manufacturing execs are optimistic about the future, with a majority planning to increase hiring and spend on technology.
IT’s been a tough year for manufacturers, with supply-chain snags, inflation and fears of a recession. Yet a shocking 95% of manufacturing executives said they were optimistic about the future, according to a recent poll by Forbes, Xometry and Zogby.
The nationwide survey of 150 manufacturing executives in late December found that three-fifths (60%) of executives said “the future looks bright,” while another one-third (35%) said they “see the light at the end of the tunnel.”
Read full story on Forbes to see what manufacturing executives are doing to remain innovative and optimistic in the face of global headwinds