2017 was characterised by numerous cyber-attacks, geopolitical uncertainties and job security threats arising from advances in technology.
Although such challenges would naturally be associated with negative economic prospects, this assumption has been largely debunked by the 2018 KPMG CEO Outlook Survey.
The survey findings speak to a highly optimistic market over the next three years, with more than 75% of top CEOs from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Ethiopia having overall confidence in positive global and country economic outlooks. Of the 51 CEOs surveyed across the region, 90% of them relate this rosy prognosis with the growth of their own businesses
Why are CEOs upbeat?
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