The middle market continues to be an important component of the economy, driving growth in the U.S. and locally. Since actual and predicted revenues have been better than gains in the S&P 500, these companies also are critical to the economic recovery. Despite challenges such as the cost of healthcare and maintaining margins, most companies plan to hire more workers with the potential to add one million jobs in 2013. Another positive sign is that companies aren’t hoarding as much cash and making plans to put it to work and invest in their businesses. Revenue grew at about 7% for the past 12 months and is expected to remain strong in 2013. Most executives tend to underestimate their projected revenue, meaning that the 5.2% prediction likely will be surpassed.

Webinar Replay

Watch the replay, and download the presentation, of the 2022 Year-End MMI webinar to hear NCMM Managing Director, Doug Farren share the latest performance, trends, and sentiment in the middle market sector. 


Work With Us

Whether you operate a middle market business, run an organization that serves middle market companies or are otherwise invested in the middle market’s success, the National Center for the Middle Market welcomes and values your contributions. The center offers several ways for organizations to partner with us. Learn more below about the ways you can work with the center and play a vital role in advancing the middle market’s prosperity. 


4Q 2012