Question of the Week 21.07.09

In the second of our series of questions penned on our appropriately pared down, no-nonsense whiteboard, we want to know how the recession is treating you…

In the second of our series of questions penned on our appropriately pared down, no-nonsense whiteboard, we want to know how the recession is treating you…

Last week’s question about your reading matter provoked a great response and we’re hoping that you can be as vocal with this week’s poser.

So, how is the recession going for you?

How has it affected your business? Badly? A bit? Not at all? Are things worse than you thought, or have you seen little change?

What have you had to do as a result of the change in economic conditions?

Has it meant you’ve actually become more focussed on what you do?

Can you, like a handful of commentators and the odd government minister, see any “green shoots” of recovery?

Are there even opportunities to be had here that would otherwise not exist?

We’d like to know how the recession is affecting you and your work.

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