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Construction Industry Looks to 2023

CFO News Room

As 2022 closes and 2023 begins, we spoke with the members of our senior sales team for the construction industry to get their thoughts on the challenges construction companies will face in the new year. They have been through many business cycles and have seen construction businesses thrive, survive, and fail.

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Celebrating Women in Construction

Commercial Credit Group

This week marks the 63 st anniversary of Women in Construction Week and CCG is celebrating all the women in this critical and essential industry.

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Construction Industry Looks to 2023

Commercial Credit Group

As 2022 closes and 2023 begins, we spoke with the members of our senior sales team for the construction industry to get their thoughts on the challenges construction companies will face in the new year. They have been through many business cycles and have seen construction businesses thrive, survive, and fail.

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FCF European Infrastructure & Construction Market Study 2022 – published

Fox Corporate Finance

FCF Fox Corporate Finance GmbH is delighted to publish the new “FCF European Infrastructure & Construction Market Study – 2022”. Based on available data from European infrastructure and construction companies, the FCF Infrastructure & Construction.

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Food Lion owner Ahold Delhaize poaches new CFO from construction company

CFO Dive

Pending shareholder approval, Jolanda Poots-Bijl is set to take the financial helm from Natalie Knight who is leaving to take another CFO role at automaker Stellantis.

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Construction, manufacturing and retail account for 40% of administrations

Accountancy Today

Data from The Gazette Official Public Record revealed construction, manufacturing and retail were the sectors that accounted for almost 40% of administrations in 2022.

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Deep Dive: How Digital AP Can Help Construction Firms Navigate Payment, Procurement Challenges

PYMNTS

Many of these processes are decades-old and must follow complex regulatory guidelines, as is the case in the construction industry. Construction companies are facing both time and cash crunches due to dwindling work opportunities and slower payment timelines during the crisis. Late or lagging payment processes can expand costs.