The Middle Market Power Index: Exploring Generational Changes In Middle Market Industries

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The Middle Market Power Index: Exploring Generational Changes In Middle Market Industries from American Express and Dun & Bradstreet explores the changing landscape for the U.S. middle market. It finds that middle market firms in their first decade of business are much more likely to be in the business services industry than their more seasoned counterparts – signifying an important shift in the middle market industry mix. In addition, the report finds that crossing the middle market threshold ($10 million in revenue) takes time – as much as 42 years on average. It also notes that Texas, Utah, Colorado, Nevada, and the District of Columbia have a higher than average share of middle market firms that are less than a decade old – indicating potential hotbeds of entrepreneurial growth into the middle market.

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