NEW YORK, NY, November 28, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- New York Client Solutions
criticises media reports on the U.S. economy as being overly negative. The Washington Post reports that the economy is 'stuck in neutral'; with the 'dismal' recovery having seen growth move at the same pace as the last four years and unable to make up the ground lost in the economic recession. The Washington Post blames the country's economic problems on the falling government sector, which fell by 4.1% in Q1 of 2013.
New York Client Solutions argues that the US media's reporting is concerned with emphasising the negatives while downplaying the positive steps the country is taking to economic recovery. "We understand the past few years have been difficult for many people and businesses but we are strong advocates of positive thinking. By focusing on what can be controlled and applying a positive mentality to each project we take on we are able to deliver fantastic results for our clients. Yes, the media are reporting the facts, but surely dwelling on how stagnant our economic conditions are only produces more negatives. We have to remember that economic recovery is an ongoing process, and constant negative reporting may have a damaging impact on the recovery by diminishing consumer confidence," says Colin Moore
, managing director of New York Client Solutions.
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New York Client Solutions contends that despite the negative media reports, the US economy is heading towards recovery. The L.A. Times reports that the economy grew by 2.8% in Q3 this year, with exports, businesses, construction and government spending growing at the fastest rate in four years. The Washington Post concedes that business spending on equipment and software grew by 3% and personal spending grew by 3.2% in Q1. The Manhattan-based outsourced sales and marketing company asserts that small enterprises are central to developing the country's economy. The US Small Business Administration reports that small businesses make up 99.7% of all private sector employers, and since 1995 have provided 64% of new jobs and paid 44% of US private payroll.
New York Client Solutions displays optimism about the future of the outsourced sales and marketing industry looking into 2014. The firm recently exceeded Q3 growth projections of 2.2% and MD Colin Moore has been recognized as a rising star in the industry, having been invited to speak at two sales conferences in October. "With the rise in consumer spending and signs that the economy is heading towards recovery, we foresee that 2014 is going to be a productive year both for New York Client Solutions and the outsourced sales industry in general," says New York Client Solutions managing director Colin Moore.
New York Client Solutions provides outsourced direct sales and marketing services for clients in the telecoms, energy, and finance markets.
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