Professional Land Surveyor Survey-Business Conditions Survey for September 2010?



In this week’s Professional Land Surveyor Survey, I’m asking for your assessment of:

Business Conditions Survey for September 2010?

Are you seeing any improvements in the business climate, no change at a all, or is the business climate worsening?

Please, after you take the survey, leave a comment telling us the general location of where you are, which could give us some insights into where things are looking up, or not.

Business Conditions Survey for September 2010?

  • Business is Improving (40%, 2 Votes)
  • Business is Worsening (40%, 2 Votes)
  • No Change in Business (20%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 5

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Eric D. Colburn, PLS, "The Geo-Business Innovator", helps geo-professionals improve through innovative solutions, mastery of marketing and business growth strategies, and coaching/training. Eric is a successful, serial entrepreneur, podcaster, industry writer, product development consultant, and RI licensed professional land surveyor.

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2 comments on “Professional Land Surveyor Survey-Business Conditions Survey for September 2010?
  1. Gary Proctor says:

    There was a pick up in July, August and part of September, but has since died off completely. It was similar last year with August being a good month. Not sure if we can take another winter like last year.

    • EricColburn says:

      Gary, it’s been largely the same here, too. If it is a recovery, then it’s sure been a bumpy one. We’ve also seen what looks like the beginnings of business improvements, for short spurts, only to drop back off to nothing, like someone turned off a switch.
      This week I’m taking a look at my numbers for new projects and billing, for the last three years, to better understand how things are going. I used to think that last winter was going to be the worst of it, but now I’m thinking that for some, this winter may be more challenging.