Tech industry CEOs are bullish on the future of their companies, the sector, and artificial intelligence. But they’re worried about the spread of nationalism, cybersecurity — and millennials.

Those are some of the key takeaways from a new report by KPMG. After surveying more than 1,000 CEOs from all different sectors and from around the globe, the company zeroed in on the responses of 104 from the tech industry.

Compared with their non-tech peers, tech CEOs were more optimistic about their firms’ prospects. But they were equally worried about the turn away from globalization and dealing with younger customers.

Here are some of the report’s key findings. Some 88% of tech CEOs surveyed by KPMG said they were confident in their growth potential for their companies over the next three years.

More than half — 52%, to be precise — said they expected their companies to grow by at least 2% a year over that time period. That’s more optimistic than CEOs as a whole. Read more from businessinsider.com…

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