We can help you develop new market-oriented growth strategies tailored to your business’s strengths, needs and ambitions - strategies that are specifically geared to the varying dynamics of different markets.
We can help to identify the right priorities to deploy across business units, functions and respective geographies - and successfully deliver these priorities in key markets.
We can help you assess the attractiveness of new Growth Markets, identify the right customers and evaluate what products or services to take to market at the correct price.
We can help you manage different local regulations, when you enter new markets, as well as identifying and controlling future regulatory risks.
From building Innovation Incubators to global R&D centres to product lifecycle management systems, we can help you develop new innovative businesses, products and services that enable sustained, consistent results.
We can help you understand and comply with your fiscal and regulatory tax obligations, resolve challenges and maximise value over time on the basis of full disclosure.
Behind the hype of peer-to-peer economics is a quiet B2B revolution.
Oct 28, 2014
Non-life insurers are being left behind by the rapid changes in customer expectations. How can digital innovation help them to engage more closely with customers?
June 30, 2014
Technology-led disruption and shifting demographics are giving rise to a new customer and forcing businesses to rethink their marketing strategies.
May 9, 2014
Will the global growth CEOs foresee translate to their companies? The key may be in how resilient their practices are, from innovation to talent to consumer strategies.
May 9, 2014
This PwC study asks: How are different cities worldwide fostering sustainable competitiveness ─ a city’s ability to keep balanced growth and development over time while fostering social cohesion and environmental quality?
April 30, 2014
We focus on the telecommunications industry and data privacy issues and how those may affect global companies with online retailing operations in emerging markets. In certain markets government policies may hinder opportunities or infrastructure may lag demand, while data privacy issues are on the minds of shoppers everywhere.
April 17, 2014
Our Consumer Intelligence research reveals that consumer preferences related to mobile advertising are different than other media, and advertisers and marketers would be well served by developing a “mobile first” strategy.
February 24, 2014
Customer migrations are a fact of life in this industry. The evolving landscape of connected devices in our lives coupled with competition, regulation, and evolution of technology and standards virtually guarantees customer migrations will occur periodically.
February 21, 2014