Central & Eastern European business have their say how to do it in 2017.
*44% believe the economic situation in the country will improve in 2017.
Education. Science. Innovation.
*Education, science and innovation should be the top priority in governments' to-do lists, according to 39% of respondents
Keeping good staff.
*Retaining good employees is a key focus area, highlighted by 75% of business leaders.
*62% of CEE respondents say they plan to increase headcount in the following 3 years. During the next 12 months the same will be done by 40%.
*On average in CEE, 59% of respondents are using disruptive technologies.
*In CEE, respondents are most concerned with regulatory (45%) and operational (37%) risks. Surprisingly, only 12% feel worried about cyber security risks.