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  • Article title: Office Must Haves for the Modern Work Space
  • Article text: Office space design has revolutionized over the last few years creating a relaxed feel to the workplace and increasing productivity. This is no different for solo entrepreneurs and teams seeking coworking offices. Whether you’re thinking about transitioning out of a traditional office setting or starting your own coworking space you’ll need to consider a few things. 

    What kind of office do you want to spend more than half your day in? What kind of environment needs to be created to increase productivity and creativity? Consider all the things that will create a place that is not only functional but relaxing and enjoyable to spend your time in. Here is a list of office must-haves you won't want to overlook. 

    [*subheading*]The Basics: Desks and Chairs[*endsubheading*]

    Right off the bat, you should consider furniture that is comfortable and ergonomically makes sense. In today’s day and age, employees are seeking safe, comfortable, flexible, and relaxing places of employment. There are many options available catering to your office style and layout. For businesses requiring some privacy but still wanting to make the environment collaborative friendly, you have plenty of cubicle choices that vary in style. For coworking spaces, you may want to consider [*link https://juniperoffice.com/collections/desk-pods *]desk pods[*endlink*] or work benches. These are perfect for offices seeking to produce an open environment 

    When choosing your office chairs you’ll need to ensure they are comfortable and supportive. Keep in mind that your staff will be spending hours on end sitting on these chairs. An uncomfortable setting is not ideal for productivity. Keep it trendy, comfortable, and ergonomic. 

    [*subheading*]Living Spaces[*endsubheading*]

    Offices with living spaces are a must in 2022. Workplaces with a communal living space leave employees feeling refreshed. Why? Well, it offers them a space to take a break and decompress. For those who thrive in work-from-home settings, this could be a way to get them back in the office and still expect top-notch work from them. 

    In today’s culture, talents seek and crave flexible, relaxing workplaces. Your office living space should offer comfortable couches, coffee tables, and armchairs. The choice is endless and should not be limited. Spaces promoting [*nolink https://www.build-review.com/how-to-design-a-productive-coworking-space/ *]coworking environments[*endlink*] are intentional about this space. They include video gaming systems, bean bag chairs, and even recliner seating for maximum comfortability. The goal here is to produce a home away from home setting. While this may not seem like it would promote productivity it certainly produces happier employees because it permits them to break away from the monotony of working at a desk all day. Mental breaks boost employee moods which in turn produces higher productivity rates for your business. 

    [*subheading*]Cafeteria or Kitchenette [*endsubheading*]

    I think it’s safe to say that the breakroom is most of the time an afterthought. If you want to jump on the modern-day office trend you’ll want to put extra thought into this area. Don’t just provide basic seating tables and plain walls. Create an atmosphere where your staff can truly relax and enjoy their breaks and decompress. A lot of office staff like to work through their lunch breaks causing them to burn out quickly throughout the day and overtime. Consider adding things like a coffee bar, a stocked fridge with free drinks, and a snack bar providing a kitchenette feel. Your staff should look forward to leaving their desk to enjoy a meal away from their desks. As well as with their coworkers. In turn, this will help build morale with your team and office space overall. 

    The options are endless whether you are upgrading your office space, thinking of investing in a coworking space, or even starting up your own. You must make your choices based on the employees or talents you want to attract and retain. 

    Keep in mind the features, amenities, furniture, location, and [*nolink https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/home/happy-hour-vibe-or-library-quiet-a-guide-to-picking-the-right-co-working-space/2020/01/13/b9a13ed8-324c-11ea-91fd-82d4e04a3fac_story.html *]overall vibe[*endlink*] of the atmosphere you want to create. Make sure you are intentional about the layout of your space and the furniture you are investing in. Believe it or not many thrive in these environments and after spending over a year in isolation many are excited to get back out, socialize and build community in the workplace. 

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_Article title: Office Must Haves for the Modern Work Space
_Article text: Office space design has revolutionized over the last few years creating a relaxed feel to the workplace and increasing productivity. This is no different for solo entrepreneurs and teams seeking coworking offices. Whether you’re thinking about transitioning out of a traditional office setting or starting your own coworking space you’ll need to consider a few things.  What kind of office do you want to spend more than half your day in? What kind of environment needs to be created to increase productivity and creativity? Consider all the things that will create a place that is not only functional but relaxing and enjoyable to spend your time in. Here is a list of office must-haves you won't want to overlook.  [*subheading*]The Basics: Desks and Chairs[*endsubheading*] Right off the bat, you should consider furniture that is comfortable and ergonomically makes sense. In today’s day and age, employees are seeking safe, comfortable, flexible, and relaxing places of employment. There are many options available catering to your office style and layout. For businesses requiring some privacy but still wanting to make the environment collaborative friendly, you have plenty of cubicle choices that vary in style. For coworking spaces, you may want to consider [*link https://juniperoffice.com/collections/desk-pods *]desk pods[*endlink*] or work benches. These are perfect for offices seeking to produce an open environment  When choosing your office chairs you’ll need to ensure they are comfortable and supportive. Keep in mind that your staff will be spending hours on end sitting on these chairs. An uncomfortable setting is not ideal for productivity. Keep it trendy, comfortable, and ergonomic.  [*subheading*]Living Spaces[*endsubheading*] Offices with living spaces are a must in 2022. Workplaces with a communal living space leave employees feeling refreshed. Why? Well, it offers them a space to take a break and decompress. For those who thrive in work-from-home settings, this could be a way to get them back in the office and still expect top-notch work from them.  In today’s culture, talents seek and crave flexible, relaxing workplaces. Your office living space should offer comfortable couches, coffee tables, and armchairs. The choice is endless and should not be limited. Spaces promoting [*nolink https://www.build-review.com/how-to-design-a-productive-coworking-space/ *]coworking environments[*endlink*] are intentional about this space. They include video gaming systems, bean bag chairs, and even recliner seating for maximum comfortability. The goal here is to produce a home away from home setting. While this may not seem like it would promote productivity it certainly produces happier employees because it permits them to break away from the monotony of working at a desk all day. Mental breaks boost employee moods which in turn produces higher productivity rates for your business.  [*subheading*]Cafeteria or Kitchenette [*endsubheading*] I think it’s safe to say that the breakroom is most of the time an afterthought. If you want to jump on the modern-day office trend you’ll want to put extra thought into this area. Don’t just provide basic seating tables and plain walls. Create an atmosphere where your staff can truly relax and enjoy their breaks and decompress. A lot of office staff like to work through their lunch breaks causing them to burn out quickly throughout the day and overtime. Consider adding things like a coffee bar, a stocked fridge with free drinks, and a snack bar providing a kitchenette feel. Your staff should look forward to leaving their desk to enjoy a meal away from their desks. As well as with their coworkers. In turn, this will help build morale with your team and office space overall.  The options are endless whether you are upgrading your office space, thinking of investing in a coworking space, or even starting up your own. You must make your choices based on the employees or talents you want to attract and retain.  Keep in mind the features, amenities, furniture, location, and [*nolink https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/home/happy-hour-vibe-or-library-quiet-a-guide-to-picking-the-right-co-working-space/2020/01/13/b9a13ed8-324c-11ea-91fd-82d4e04a3fac_story.html *]overall vibe[*endlink*] of the atmosphere you want to create. Make sure you are intentional about the layout of your space and the furniture you are investing in. Believe it or not many thrive in these environments and after spending over a year in isolation many are excited to get back out, socialize and build community in the workplace. 
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  • Article title: Questions to Answer Before Buying an Inverter Generator
  • Article text: There’s no shortage of [*link https://www.duromaxpower.com/collections/digital-inverters *]inverter generators[*endlink*] to compare. So, if you’re in the market, it’s best that you take your time and consider all your options. Getting ahead of yourself could cause you to make a poor buying decision, and that’s not something that will make you happy over the long run.

    One of the best things you can do before making a purchase is address any and all questions that are on your mind. When you do this, you eliminate the risk of making a poor decision. You also enhance your knowledge base.

    Here are five of the most important questions to answer before buying an inverter generator:

    [*subheading*]1. Which brand is best?[*endsubheading*]

    This depends largely on brand allegiance. For example, if you’ve purchased a particular brand in the past and enjoy its performance, you may want to do the same in the future. But if you don’t have any experience with a specific brand, your search will be much more wide open.

    Before you do anything, define what the word best means to you. Is it based on performance? Reliability? Durability? Customer service?

    You’ll find all the information you’re looking for on the top brands if you search online. It only takes a few minutes to gain the knowledge you need. 

    [*subheading*]2. Have you read any product reviews?[*endsubheading*]

    If you have your eye on a particular brand or model, take the time to read as many reviews as you can find. There’s no such thing as reading too many of these. You don’t have to believe everything you come across, but searching for common themes can help you formulate an opinion.

    The best place to read product reviews is online. Make note of the good and the bad, compare your options, and then choose the right path forward. It’s likely that you’ll find yourself with a handful of products that suit your requirements. 

    [*subheading*]3. What are your size and power requirements? [*endsubheading*]

    This is personal to you based on your circumstances. You don’t want to buy a generator that lacks power. This could leave you disappointed when it comes time to use it.

    Conversely, if you buy a generator that is too big or too powerful, you’re wasting money. 

    Read reviews online to see what [*nolink https://www.consumerreports.org/generators/how-to-choose-the-right-size-generator-a4942266454/ *]each size generator[*endlink*] can handle. If you’re on the fence, it always makes sense to buy bigger than smaller. You’re spending a nice chunk of change, so you want to be sure that you can at least use your generator as intended. 

    [*subheading*]4. What fuel type is best?[*endsubheading*]

    Most inverter generators run on propane or gas, but solar powered models are beginning to pick up steam in the marketplace. With pros and cons of all options, you should compare the finer details of each.

    For example, a solar powered generator will cost more upfront than other types. However, since it’s powered by the sun, you save money when fueling it. 

    But with a propane or gas powered inverter, you get more power and more flexibility. You don’t have to worry about a lack of sun impacting how much you can use your inverter. As long as you have the fuel you need, you can use your inverter as often as you want. 

    [*subheading*]5. Where will you get the best deal? [*endsubheading*]

    It doesn’t matter if you’re buying a generator, [*nolink https://www.build-review.com/6-advantages-of-using-custom-saws/ *]custom saw[*endlink*], or some other type of equipment, it’s good practice to begin your search online. Not only is this the best way to learn more about all your options, but it positions you to save money.

    Also, don’t hold yourself back by only shopping at one online store. Review options from three to five online stores to see what’s available and how much it will cost. The more information you gather the easier it is to get the best deal. 

    [*subheading*]Final thoughts[*endsubheading*]

    With all of this information assisting you, comparing inverter generators should be a breeze. You should end up in a place where you can make a confident purchase. And once you do that, you can make the most of your generator.

    Do you own an inverter generator? Did you ask any other questions before making a purchase? Which ones would you add to the list above? 

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_Article title: Questions to Answer Before Buying an Inverter Generator
_Article text: There’s no shortage of [*link https://www.duromaxpower.com/collections/digital-inverters *]inverter generators[*endlink*] to compare. So, if you’re in the market, it’s best that you take your time and consider all your options. Getting ahead of yourself could cause you to make a poor buying decision, and that’s not something that will make you happy over the long run. One of the best things you can do before making a purchase is address any and all questions that are on your mind. When you do this, you eliminate the risk of making a poor decision. You also enhance your knowledge base. Here are five of the most important questions to answer before buying an inverter generator: [*subheading*]1. Which brand is best?[*endsubheading*] This depends largely on brand allegiance. For example, if you’ve purchased a particular brand in the past and enjoy its performance, you may want to do the same in the future. But if you don’t have any experience with a specific brand, your search will be much more wide open. Before you do anything, define what the word best means to you. Is it based on performance? Reliability? Durability? Customer service? You’ll find all the information you’re looking for on the top brands if you search online. It only takes a few minutes to gain the knowledge you need.  [*subheading*]2. Have you read any product reviews?[*endsubheading*] If you have your eye on a particular brand or model, take the time to read as many reviews as you can find. There’s no such thing as reading too many of these. You don’t have to believe everything you come across, but searching for common themes can help you formulate an opinion. The best place to read product reviews is online. Make note of the good and the bad, compare your options, and then choose the right path forward. It’s likely that you’ll find yourself with a handful of products that suit your requirements.  [*subheading*]3. What are your size and power requirements? [*endsubheading*] This is personal to you based on your circumstances. You don’t want to buy a generator that lacks power. This could leave you disappointed when it comes time to use it. Conversely, if you buy a generator that is too big or too powerful, you’re wasting money.  Read reviews online to see what [*nolink https://www.consumerreports.org/generators/how-to-choose-the-right-size-generator-a4942266454/ *]each size generator[*endlink*] can handle. If you’re on the fence, it always makes sense to buy bigger than smaller. You’re spending a nice chunk of change, so you want to be sure that you can at least use your generator as intended.  [*subheading*]4. What fuel type is best?[*endsubheading*] Most inverter generators run on propane or gas, but solar powered models are beginning to pick up steam in the marketplace. With pros and cons of all options, you should compare the finer details of each. For example, a solar powered generator will cost more upfront than other types. However, since it’s powered by the sun, you save money when fueling it.  But with a propane or gas powered inverter, you get more power and more flexibility. You don’t have to worry about a lack of sun impacting how much you can use your inverter. As long as you have the fuel you need, you can use your inverter as often as you want.  [*subheading*]5. Where will you get the best deal? [*endsubheading*] It doesn’t matter if you’re buying a generator, [*nolink https://www.build-review.com/6-advantages-of-using-custom-saws/ *]custom saw[*endlink*], or some other type of equipment, it’s good practice to begin your search online. Not only is this the best way to learn more about all your options, but it positions you to save money. Also, don’t hold yourself back by only shopping at one online store. Review options from three to five online stores to see what’s available and how much it will cost. The more information you gather the easier it is to get the best deal.  [*subheading*]Final thoughts[*endsubheading*] With all of this information assisting you, comparing inverter generators should be a breeze. You should end up in a place where you can make a confident purchase. And once you do that, you can make the most of your generator. Do you own an inverter generator? Did you ask any other questions before making a purchase? Which ones would you add to the list above? 
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  • Article title: Strategies To Help You Expand Your Company in the Big City
  • Article text: Expanding a corporation isn’t like just growing a small business. There are huge hurdles to overcome and they can leave CEOs feeling tapped out and unsure of what direction to go in. When you add in additional considerations when you want to expand to a new city, the weight of everything gets compounded. There are many different solutions to a problem, and [*nolink https://www.inc.com/david-finkel/7-tips-to-being-a-better-ceo.html *]the best CEOs[*endlink*] already know this. But when you’re getting ready to or considering expansion into a new city, here are some strategies that can help.

    [*subheading*]Leverage the Right Kind of Advertising[*endsubheading*]

    If your internal team isn’t skilled enough to handle a large-scale move like an expansion, that’s okay. You can always hire outside firms to help you leverage the right kinds of advertising as you get ready to move into a new city. Creating media to go on [*link https://trueimpactmedia.com/ooh-marketing-media-types/ *]OOH Billboards[*endlink*], on the sides of buses, and even in phone booth kiosks can help develop brand awareness and that your business will be coming to town. This helps especially if you’ll need to hire locals to work in the new location as well. Advertising is a powerful tool for your growing company and being generous with your ad budget during an expansion is especially important.

    [*subheading*]Dig Deep To Understand the Full Cost of Expansion[*endsubheading*]

    Expanding is so much more than getting a new office and filling it with people. There are many moving parts to expand into a big city. There may be legal costs, [*nolink https://www.ceo-review.com/location-considerations-for-company-expansion-plans/ *]costs associated with zoning[*endlink*], training costs, technology costs, and so much more. When you think you’ve identified every single cost, there are probably more. Time is a cost as well and it’s critical to remember that your time is valuable. As you evaluate when to move into a new city, make sure you connect with local zoning officials to ensure you follow all of the guidelines as well.

    [*subheading*]Evaluate the Potential Rewards of Expansion[*endsubheading*]

    With great risk (and expense) comes great reward. Getting your business into a new market, creating a satellite office, and even creating a virtual location can improve your market share and yield great rewards for your company. Places like Uber didn’t start out everywhere. They piloted in one place and then little by little expanded into almost every major city. Depending on your business and your products or services, don’t try to expand into too many places at once. Focus on getting solid in each new city before you spread out. You’ll find that a strategy like that yields far greater rewards and stability in your business.

    [*subheading*]Explore Options for a Physical Location[*endsubheading*]

    When you need a building, you need a building. With Amazon putting a new office in Virginia, it’s obvious that a normal building just won’t do for them. They found a location, worked with local officials, and decided to build their own state-of-the-art office. What you need to do is decide if retrofitting an older building makes sense, or if it’s more realistic to start from the ground up like Amazon.

    Some companies do great in older buildings, but if you need to be in a certain part of the city or you need specific technology to make your business run, it may make more sense to build your own facility. It may even end up saving you money in the long-run versus all the expenses required to gut and redo the interior of something older.

    [*subheading*]Network in the New City[*endsubheading*]

    Having connections makes all the difference in the world. Expanding your company to a new city will require financial commitments which may mean getting new investors to help. Networking within the city itself helps because these thought leaders can connect you to local investors who would love nothing more than to see their city thrive. Networking can get you into rooms that your title alone cannot. As you seek to expand into a city, these networks can help you identify potential pitfalls and areas that you may not have considered.

    Expanding into a new city means that your business is thriving, and you have a great vision for the future. Leveraging some of these strategies to help you connect, get the funding you need, and create a foothold in a new city will aid you as you continue to bring your products and services to the marketplace.

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_Article title: Strategies To Help You Expand Your Company in the Big City
_Article text: Expanding a corporation isn’t like just growing a small business. There are huge hurdles to overcome and they can leave CEOs feeling tapped out and unsure of what direction to go in. When you add in additional considerations when you want to expand to a new city, the weight of everything gets compounded. There are many different solutions to a problem, and [*nolink https://www.inc.com/david-finkel/7-tips-to-being-a-better-ceo.html *]the best CEOs[*endlink*] already know this. But when you’re getting ready to or considering expansion into a new city, here are some strategies that can help. [*subheading*]Leverage the Right Kind of Advertising[*endsubheading*] If your internal team isn’t skilled enough to handle a large-scale move like an expansion, that’s okay. You can always hire outside firms to help you leverage the right kinds of advertising as you get ready to move into a new city. Creating media to go on [*link https://trueimpactmedia.com/ooh-marketing-media-types/ *]OOH Billboards[*endlink*], on the sides of buses, and even in phone booth kiosks can help develop brand awareness and that your business will be coming to town. This helps especially if you’ll need to hire locals to work in the new location as well. Advertising is a powerful tool for your growing company and being generous with your ad budget during an expansion is especially important. [*subheading*]Dig Deep To Understand the Full Cost of Expansion[*endsubheading*] Expanding is so much more than getting a new office and filling it with people. There are many moving parts to expand into a big city. There may be legal costs, [*nolink https://www.ceo-review.com/location-considerations-for-company-expansion-plans/ *]costs associated with zoning[*endlink*], training costs, technology costs, and so much more. When you think you’ve identified every single cost, there are probably more. Time is a cost as well and it’s critical to remember that your time is valuable. As you evaluate when to move into a new city, make sure you connect with local zoning officials to ensure you follow all of the guidelines as well. [*subheading*]Evaluate the Potential Rewards of Expansion[*endsubheading*] With great risk (and expense) comes great reward. Getting your business into a new market, creating a satellite office, and even creating a virtual location can improve your market share and yield great rewards for your company. Places like Uber didn’t start out everywhere. They piloted in one place and then little by little expanded into almost every major city. Depending on your business and your products or services, don’t try to expand into too many places at once. Focus on getting solid in each new city before you spread out. You’ll find that a strategy like that yields far greater rewards and stability in your business. [*subheading*]Explore Options for a Physical Location[*endsubheading*] When you need a building, you need a building. With Amazon putting a new office in Virginia, it’s obvious that a normal building just won’t do for them. They found a location, worked with local officials, and decided to build their own state-of-the-art office. What you need to do is decide if retrofitting an older building makes sense, or if it’s more realistic to start from the ground up like Amazon. Some companies do great in older buildings, but if you need to be in a certain part of the city or you need specific technology to make your business run, it may make more sense to build your own facility. It may even end up saving you money in the long-run versus all the expenses required to gut and redo the interior of something older. [*subheading*]Network in the New City[*endsubheading*] Having connections makes all the difference in the world. Expanding your company to a new city will require financial commitments which may mean getting new investors to help. Networking within the city itself helps because these thought leaders can connect you to local investors who would love nothing more than to see their city thrive. Networking can get you into rooms that your title alone cannot. As you seek to expand into a city, these networks can help you identify potential pitfalls and areas that you may not have considered. Expanding into a new city means that your business is thriving, and you have a great vision for the future. Leveraging some of these strategies to help you connect, get the funding you need, and create a foothold in a new city will aid you as you continue to bring your products and services to the marketplace.
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  • Article title: Bracing for the Possibility of Another Recession
  • Article text: Economists around the world are raising the alarm over the possibility of a pending recession. The reasons are simple: soaring inflation and a resulting rise in interest rates will force many companies to downsize or dismantle, increasing unemployment while cost-of-living continues to soar.

    Many of the world’s [*nolink https://www.npr.org/2022/06/14/1104601336/recession-inflation-federal-reserve-ceos-elon-musk-jamie-dimon *]top CEOs agree[*endlink*]: a recession is on the way. While other business executives appear more skeptical and less pessimistic, pointing to the pandemic as the primary culprit for all this economic turmoil, the majority of CEOs seem convinced of an upcoming, standalone dip in the global economy.

    Let’s take a look at [*nolink https://news.yahoo.com/ceos-warning-recession-heres-theyre-195124997.html *]what some of these CEOs are saying[*endlink*]:

    [*bold*]Wells Fargo CEO Charles Scharf:[*endbold*] "You've got the Fed saying the economy is running too hot, that we need to slow economic growth. Rates are going to rise, and it's going to change the dynamic of the health of the consumer and business over a period of time."

    [*bold*]Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon:[*endbold*] "There's a reasonable chance at some point that we have a recession or we have very, very slow, sluggish growth. That doesn't mean that that's definitely going to happen, but certainly, I think that if you're running a significant enterprise, you have to be looking through a lens with a little bit more caution right now than you might have been when we were sitting here a year ago.”

    [*bold*]Marriott CEO Anthony Capuano:[*endbold*] "The chorus of voices saying we're careening towards a recession are getting louder by the minute. Time will tell, but it certainly seems we're headed in that direction."

    [*bold*]Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman:[*endbold*] “It's possible we go into recession, obviously, probably 50-50 odds now.”

    The good news is nobody seems worried about a long-term recession. Most economists and top business leaders predict a quarter or two of downturn, but not much more. 

    Given the drawn-out agony of the Great Recession and the economic calamity caused by the pandemic, the idea that an upcoming recession will be relatively minor sounds like good news. However, most executives reading this know it only takes one or two bad quarters to watch your business fall to pieces.

    With this in mind, let’s turn the topic toward what business leaders must do to brace their companies for the possibility of recession: 

    [*subheading*]Compliance Check[*endsubheading*]

    The last thing your business needs in a recession is to be slapped with fines and penalties. Now’s the time to do a company-wide check to ensure every division is operating within the confines of regulatory compliance. From [*link https://www.datagrail.io/glossary/record-of-processing-activities/ *]RoPAs[*endlink*] and GDPR to HIPAA and CPRA, there are numerous privacy concerns that spell financial disaster for any company failing to be compliant. Rather than risk having any violations come to light in the middle of an economic downturn, CEOs are encouraged to authorize an internal audit now in order to patch any holes or correct any mistakes.

    [*subheading*]Technology Upgrades[*endsubheading*]

    Technology is the gateway to efficient and cost-effective business operations. With this in mind, consider opting for tech upgrades as a form of recession preparation. Given the benefits of better technology in any economic climate, doing so is a win-win for businesses worried about weathering the storm.

    [*subheading*]Paying Off Debt[*endsubheading*]

    Generally speaking, the less debt a company holds in a recession, the better its chances of minimizing the financial damage. Paying off as much business debt as possible will put your company in a better position to take on more short-term stress. With this in mind, consider formulating an aggressive debt repayment plan in the coming weeks and months.

    [*subheading*]Saving Money[*endsubheading*]

    Tech upgrades and debt repayment should stop short of exhausting your cash reserves. If forced to choose, it’s always better to enter a recession with [*nolink https://www.ceo-review.com/quick-ways-to-save-money-as-a-business-leader/ *]plenty of cash[*endlink*] available.

    [*subheading*]Cutting Costs[*endsubheading*]

    As always, lowering business expenses should be the number one objective for any company bracing for a recession. It’s easier said than done, but any little bit helps. CEOs are encouraged to spend several days poring over expense reports and budgets to find any way they can to cut costs going forward.

    Is the world headed towards another recession? Most top CEOs seem convinced. Whether it plays out the way they predict remains to be seen. But one thing is for certain: it pays to prepare.

    [*italic*]Julie Steinbeck is a freelance writer from Florida. She enjoys covering topics related to business, finance, and travel.[*enditalic*]

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_Article title: Bracing for the Possibility of Another Recession
_Article text: Economists around the world are raising the alarm over the possibility of a pending recession. The reasons are simple: soaring inflation and a resulting rise in interest rates will force many companies to downsize or dismantle, increasing unemployment while cost-of-living continues to soar. Many of the world’s [*nolink https://www.npr.org/2022/06/14/1104601336/recession-inflation-federal-reserve-ceos-elon-musk-jamie-dimon *]top CEOs agree[*endlink*]: a recession is on the way. While other business executives appear more skeptical and less pessimistic, pointing to the pandemic as the primary culprit for all this economic turmoil, the majority of CEOs seem convinced of an upcoming, standalone dip in the global economy. Let’s take a look at [*nolink https://news.yahoo.com/ceos-warning-recession-heres-theyre-195124997.html *]what some of these CEOs are saying[*endlink*]: [*bold*]Wells Fargo CEO Charles Scharf:[*endbold*] "You've got the Fed saying the economy is running too hot, that we need to slow economic growth. Rates are going to rise, and it's going to change the dynamic of the health of the consumer and business over a period of time." [*bold*]Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon:[*endbold*] "There's a reasonable chance at some point that we have a recession or we have very, very slow, sluggish growth. That doesn't mean that that's definitely going to happen, but certainly, I think that if you're running a significant enterprise, you have to be looking through a lens with a little bit more caution right now than you might have been when we were sitting here a year ago.” [*bold*]Marriott CEO Anthony Capuano:[*endbold*] "The chorus of voices saying we're careening towards a recession are getting louder by the minute. Time will tell, but it certainly seems we're headed in that direction." [*bold*]Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman:[*endbold*] “It's possible we go into recession, obviously, probably 50-50 odds now.” The good news is nobody seems worried about a long-term recession. Most economists and top business leaders predict a quarter or two of downturn, but not much more.  Given the drawn-out agony of the Great Recession and the economic calamity caused by the pandemic, the idea that an upcoming recession will be relatively minor sounds like good news. However, most executives reading this know it only takes one or two bad quarters to watch your business fall to pieces. With this in mind, let’s turn the topic toward what business leaders must do to brace their companies for the possibility of recession:  [*subheading*]Compliance Check[*endsubheading*] The last thing your business needs in a recession is to be slapped with fines and penalties. Now’s the time to do a company-wide check to ensure every division is operating within the confines of regulatory compliance. From [*link https://www.datagrail.io/glossary/record-of-processing-activities/ *]RoPAs[*endlink*] and GDPR to HIPAA and CPRA, there are numerous privacy concerns that spell financial disaster for any company failing to be compliant. Rather than risk having any violations come to light in the middle of an economic downturn, CEOs are encouraged to authorize an internal audit now in order to patch any holes or correct any mistakes. [*subheading*]Technology Upgrades[*endsubheading*] Technology is the gateway to efficient and cost-effective business operations. With this in mind, consider opting for tech upgrades as a form of recession preparation. Given the benefits of better technology in any economic climate, doing so is a win-win for businesses worried about weathering the storm. [*subheading*]Paying Off Debt[*endsubheading*] Generally speaking, the less debt a company holds in a recession, the better its chances of minimizing the financial damage. Paying off as much business debt as possible will put your company in a better position to take on more short-term stress. With this in mind, consider formulating an aggressive debt repayment plan in the coming weeks and months. [*subheading*]Saving Money[*endsubheading*] Tech upgrades and debt repayment should stop short of exhausting your cash reserves. If forced to choose, it’s always better to enter a recession with [*nolink https://www.ceo-review.com/quick-ways-to-save-money-as-a-business-leader/ *]plenty of cash[*endlink*] available. [*subheading*]Cutting Costs[*endsubheading*] As always, lowering business expenses should be the number one objective for any company bracing for a recession. It’s easier said than done, but any little bit helps. CEOs are encouraged to spend several days poring over expense reports and budgets to find any way they can to cut costs going forward. Is the world headed towards another recession? Most top CEOs seem convinced. Whether it plays out the way they predict remains to be seen. But one thing is for certain: it pays to prepare. [*italic*]Julie Steinbeck is a freelance writer from Florida. She enjoys covering topics related to business, finance, and travel.[*enditalic*]
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