New York, January 29, 2022 / PRnewswire / — Global Insight Network GLG today released the results of its third annual global CEO survey,The survey, which asked more than 470 ceos about their priorities and outlook for 2022, found that ceos are optimistic about the year ahead:Sixty-eight percent of ceos believe their companies’ revenues will grow over the next 12 months, and 71 percent believe the global economy will grow, compared with 51 percent in 2021.GLG’s expert network is the world’s largest and most diverse source of first-hand expertise, recruiting thousands of new experts every week.Ceos predict that supply chain disruptions will have the greatest impact on the economy in 2022, with 92% expecting the issue to affect their business. Meanwhile, only 21% of ceos say their companies have fully returned to office mode.GLG CEO Paul Todd said:”While ceos are optimistic about the outlook for the economy and their businesses in 2022, the survey highlights several key challenges that business leaders must address in addition to the current pandemic and associated disruptions to supply changes,Uncertainty also includes monetary policy, changing regulatory and legislative priorities, geopolitical uncertainty, and talent acquisition and retention. At GLG, we provide our clients with the most valuable and operational insights they need to address these issues, “said David Lansanah, head of GLG Solutions.”With nearly 500 respondents, the survey reveals not only the shared views of ceos, but also their diverging views and expectations. While their pain points and concerns often coincide,But their solutions to these problems differ. “The GLG quantitative research team conducted the study in November 2021 and analyzed the results here to read the full report.