W&WP September 2001
The WOOD 100 Optimists Club
The current economy looks disappointing, but that has not stopped many of the WOOD 100 companies from being optimistic. One-quarter of the companies predict at least a 25% increase this year. There are also only six companies that report expecting no increase or a decrease in sales. The accompanying pie chart illustrates their fiscal feelings for 2002 while the chart below gives the eleven companies that expect to post 40% growth or better in 2001.
Projected increase in 2001
Other Views of the WOOD 100
The 100 companies in this year's WOOD 100 can be compared in more than one way. Percentage of growth is one way. Another way is the dollar amount that each employee produced. Listed below are some of the other ways of looking at the WOOD 100.
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