The statistics for sustainability after an economic crisis are not pretty. Three years post-crisis, 17% of organizations fail, as has happened in past crises. The majority struggle to get back to where they were in terms of revenue and market positioning. Only 9% were considered a success and prospered during that three-year time window. These statistics were outlined by Ranjay Gulati and Mark Wiedman in Harvard Business Review.
This eBook gives agencies advice in how to survive a financial crisis.