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Tag: Quarterly Outlook of Triangle Entrepreneurs (QuOTE) survey

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Jul 25, 2018

Quarterly Outlook of Triangle Entrepreneurs (QuOTE) Survey Reveals Another Decline in Q3 Optimism

Intriguing pattern of third-quarter decline in optimism among Triangle entrepreneurs emerging in QuOTE survey results 

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Jan 29, 2018

Quarterly Outlook of Triangle Entrepreneurs Q1 2018 Survey Results Show Highest Positive Index Level in Three Years

Quarterly Outlook of Triangle Entrepreneurs Q1 2018 survey finds the highest positive index level seen since the survey began in Q4 2014. 

Nov 6, 2017

Survey: Triangle Entrepreneurs Planning to Increase Hiring, Capital Spending

WRAL TechWire posted this story about the Quarterly Outlook of Triangle Entrepreneurs’ latest survey results, noting that those responding remain optimistic about the economy entering 2018 and as a result more are expecting to increase capital spending as well as adding workers, according to the latest Quarterly Outlook of Triangle Entrepreneurs. The overall score of the… 

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Nov 1, 2017

Quarterly Outlook of Triangle Entrepreneurs (QuOTE) Shows Greater Optimism from Q3 2017 Relative to Q4 2017

"This is the first time ... there has been an increase in optimism from Q3 to Q4" – Lewis Sheats, Poole College professor of practice and director, NC State Entrepreneurship Clinic 

Jul 26, 2017

Fewer Triangle Entrepreneurs Plan to Boost Hiring, Capital Spending

Entrepreneurs are slightly less enthusiastic about the state of business heading into the third quarter of 2017, according to the latest Quarterly Outlook of Triangle Entrepreneurs. Read more in this WRAL Techwire story. 

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Jul 24, 2017

Quarterly Outlook of Triangle Entrepreneurs (QuOTE) shows anticipated consistency from Q2 2017 relative to Q3 2017

Entrepreneurs' Economic Outlook Index shows slight dip, while greater percentage of Triangle survey participants report they are anticipating no change in sales, capital spending and employment growth.